use inevitable in a sentence
[adjective] certain to happen and cannot be avoided or prevented;
Aging and wrinkles are inevitable, so the best thing to do is to make sure your wrinkles are laugh lines.
With the declaration of war in 1939, Britain began preparing for the inevitable bombing of its cities. infect
Military intervention by the United States now seems inevitable.
Kathleen Casey once suggested that pain is inevitable, but suffering is optional.
Max Lucado once observed that conflict is inevitable, but combat is optional.
His main premise for arguing that there must be life on other planets is the fact that the universe is infinite, thus, it is inevitable.
Members of urban industrial cultures often believe their own culture is the superior end product of inevitable and progressive evolutionary development.
Margaret Anderson once described war as a redundant human madness which men accept as inevitable. refer
Attempts to revive talks with the union have failed, and a strike seems inevitable.