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inevitably

adverb in·ev·i·ta·bly \-blē\

Definition of INEVITABLY

1
:  in an inevitable way
2
:  as is to be expected <inevitably, it rained>

Examples of INEVITABLY

  1. <we must inevitably make some sacrifices if we are going to save money>

First Known Use of INEVITABLY

15th century

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