Examples of inescapable in a Sentence
It's an inescapable truth that these problems have no easy solution.
some people believe that your fate is determined at birth and thus inescapable
Recent Examples of inescapable from the Web
Today, as the city's third Super Bowl kicks off with much of the world looking on, the sun, the surf and Shamu all remain inescapable pieces of San Diego's personality.
But astrophysicists have struggled to find out exactly what variations cause a large star to compress into a dense stellar remnant, a neutron star, rather than the inescapable void of matter-eating fury that is a black hole.
Hysteria put seven singles in the U.S. Top 40, charted for two solid years, and was absolutely inescapable.
The feeling of déjà vu is inescapable for San Antonians and other Texans in predominantly military communities as Congress edges closer to a government shutdown.
We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny.
But after the shock of Wolff's account of Trump's willful ignorance and intellectual incoherence fades, Americans will be left with the inescapable conclusion that the president is not capable of fulfilling his duties as commander in chief.
For children of color, and more specifically, black girls like Ashawnty, bullying is inescapable and there’s little support available to them.
Sure Beyoncé released new music in 2017, but her most inescapable material was her record-busting pregnancy announcement photo.
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First Known Use of inescapable
in the bag, in the cards (also on the cards);
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