[ UK /ɪnˈɛksəɹəbli/ ]
[ US /ˌɪˈnɛksɝəbɫi/ ]
  1. in an inexorable manner
    time marches on inexorably
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How To Use inexorably In A Sentence

  • They can exercise a subtle, unseen influence, somewhat like a magnetic field or centripetal force, compelling us inexorably back on ourselves.
  • Spillover would ensure that political elites marched inexorably towards the promotion of integration.
  • Around the bays, the continent's ancient ice-cap creeps inexorably down to the sea in shelves that crack and avalanche with the sound of howitzer blasts.
  • Inexorably impelled by time, he will, with inavertible necessity, pass through all the stages of human life, from the bottom to the top, from the top to the bottom. Savva and the Life of Man Two plays by Leonid Andreyev
  • She is inexorably engulfed by the cloud of shame that surrounds parricide.
  • Accordingly, he could not find in his heart to behave inexorably to the graceful sinner; he entered into conversation, and learned from her the project of a singular disguisement, wherewith it was intended to surprise the Countess. Chapter X. Book III
  • As the law and order clarions sounded ever louder, as the measures of repression grew, the numbers climbed inexorably. THE SCAR
  • The plot is a complex intercontinental ‘quest for the father’ which inexorably transforms itself into a manhunt where said ‘father’ turns out to be a murderous, unnatural genitor.
  • The tide is flowing slowly but inexorably against him. Times, Sunday Times
  • The machine moves steadily and inexorably through cutting and tunnel, over viaducts and under bridges, exultantly ignoring sun and storm alike.
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