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Antonym: escapableSimilar words: capableincapableescapadecapabilityinestimableescapeescapedescapeeMeaning: [‚ɪnɪ'skeɪpəbl]  adj. impossible to avoid or evade:"inescapable conclusion". 
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1. The economic logic of reform is inescapable.
2. She didn't want to confront the inescapable fact that she would have to sell the house.
3. The impression of villainy was inescapable.
4. The impression of villains was inescapable.
5. The inescapable conclusion is that he was murdered by someone in his own family.
6. This leads to the inescapable conclusion that the two things are connected.
7. The police came to the inescapable conclusion that the children had been murdered.
8. I believe that the Government understand those inescapable facts.
9. Now the party is inescapable, at least in suburbia.
10. The Phillips curve was regarded as an inescapable constraint on policy action which the authorities could only ignore at their peril.
11. From the contemplation of this inescapable judgment he turned his face resolutely away.
12. Chief amongst these had been the inescapable fact that she must get rid of Rose Cottage.
13. The inescapable presence of doubt is a constant reminder of our responsibility to truth in a twilight world of truth and half-truth.
14. It seems inescapable that two images of a single quasar have been observed.
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15. This meant that man has an inescapable moral responsibility for his own actions.
16. The greying of nations is presented as an inescapable world wide pandemic from which there is no escape.
17. Finniston maintains there is inescapable evidence that the corporate world has become more selfish and self-seeking.
18. Although carefully controlled, aggression is an inescapable aspect of Buid animal sacrifice.
19. The whole process is inescapable precisely because more and more people want it to be so.
20. The inescapable conclusion was that people were continually managing to think it up for themselves.
21. It completely beggared belief, yet it was an inescapable fact.
22. The government looked so vulnerable that even irreproachable traditionalists among the landowning nobility concluded that political reform was inescapable.
23. Justice to all, irrespective of race, sect or class is the inalienable right and the inescapable obligation of all.
24. The very existence of all these middle-aged people was inescapable proof of one's own ageing process.
25. Since the beginning of time, work has been for many people a terrible, inescapable fact of life.
26. Comparisons with the effective school library media program are again inescapable.
27. For those with limited experience of overseas Test matches, especially in the subcontinent, this is the inescapable conclusion.
28. Getting moving here won't mitigate the despair; but it would at least show some capacity to think beyond the sourly inescapable.
29. It must, therefore, ensure that it has the means within its membership to fulfil this inescapable obligation.
30. But something very serious had been sacrificed in this generous and possibly inescapable transaction-intellectual vitality.
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