Examples of unavoidable in a Sentence
unfortunately, kitchen duty will be unavoidable tonight
Recent Examples of unavoidable from the Web
Justice Department officials had for weeks said the seperations were unavoidable because the 1997 settlement bars authorities from detaining children when their parents are arrested for trying to enter the U.S. illegally.
Justice Department officials had for weeks said the separations were unavoidable because the 1997 settlement bars authorities from detaining children for more than 20 days when their parents are arrested for trying to enter the U.S. illegally.
Elizabeth Tang, a legal fellow with the National Women’s Law Center, said incidental contact implies the encounter is unavoidable.
If using pumps is unavoidable, Meyer proposed the water they process is treated naturally.
Now, experience is here and unavoidable: disease has forced me to become an explorer and a cartographer.
Rob Burness, a member of the Environmental Council of Sacramento, also worried about the impact to wetland wildlife, which MacNicholl acknowledged was unavoidable.
Before the report, most physicians and hospitals assumed that errors were rare, didn’t harm patients, or were unavoidable.
The league said Aston-Reese made no sudden movement at the last second that made contact unavoidable.
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in the bag, in the cards (also on the cards);
UNAVOIDABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unavoidable for English Language Learners
: not able to be prevented or avoided
UNAVOIDABLE Defined for Kids
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