Adverb(1) in such a manner as could not be otherwise(2) by necessity
(1) inevitably, the phone started to ring just as we sat down(2) inevitably some details are already out of date(3) inevitably some details are already out of date(4) Making that trade-off inevitably involves placing, implicitly or explicitly, a relative value on each outcome.(5) war inevitably has casualties(6) All this inevitably makes itself felt in its own due time.(7) The emerging conditions would inevitably generate the possibility of a new mass movement.(8) Any attempt to sanction the use of cannabis without providing a legal mode of supply would inevitably be a lucrative gift to organised crime.(9) war inevitably has casualties(10) In such isolated instances of settlements, news from the outside world was inevitably at a premium.(11) inevitably, the phone started to ring just as we sat down(12) Rising fuel costs will inevitably lead to higher prices for other items.(13) Without them, critics say, power is inevitably headed towards private ownership.(14) Re-runs are likely in many districts, inevitably producing delays.(15) Inevitably , your inner reflection will lead you to draw conclusions that will help you change the course of your entire life.(16) Inevitably , stroke will affect all of us either directly or indirectly at some time or another.
(1) inevitably :: kuepukika
1. naturally ::
2. of necessity ::
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