unescapable

adjective un·es·cap·able \ ˌən-i-ˈskā-pə-bəl , -e- , dialectal -ik-ˈskā- \
Updated on: 16 Nov 2017

Definition of unescapable

: incapable of being avoided, ignored, or denied : inescapable
  • an unescapable conclusion/outcome
  • What had been a feverish nightmare became a cold and unescapable fact.
  • —Edith Wharton

unescapably

play \ˌən-i-ˈskā-pə-blē, -e-, dialectal -ik-ˈskā-\ adverb

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