What is another word for unavoidably?

Pronunciation: [ʌnɐvˈɔ͡ɪdəblɪ] (IPA)

Unavoidably is an adverb that means something is inevitable or cannot be avoided. There are several synonyms for unavoidably, including inevitably, necessarily, inexorably, inescapably, and unavoidingly. Inevitably implies that something is bound to occur and cannot be prevented. Necessarily suggests that something is essential or requires to be done. Inexorably implies that something is unavoidable and is bound to happen, irrespective of any attempts to stop it. Inescapably means something cannot be avoided or evaded. Unavoidingly suggests that there is no way to escape from something and it is bound to happen. Therefore, these synonyms can be used interchangeably for the word unavoidably.

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What are the opposite words for unavoidably?

Unavoidably means something that cannot be avoided or prevented. The word is often used to describe a situation or an event that is inevitable or inescapable. The antonyms for unavoidably are words like avoidably, optionally, voluntarily, and willfully. These words suggest that a certain action or situation is within one's control and can be avoided or prevented by choice. For instance, instead of unavoidably being late for a meeting, one can avoidably make an effort to be on time. Therefore, understanding the antonyms of unavoidably can help to expand one's vocabulary and communicate one's ideas more effectively.

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Usage examples for Unavoidably

The time and energy required to house them, or to feed them, unavoidably forced delay with projects on which Sandys had pinned his chief hopes.
"The Virginia Company Of London, 1606-1624"
Wesley Frank Craven
"I trust that you will forgive my having unavoidably occasioned you so much anxiety.
"The Sins of Séverac Bablon"
Sax Rohmer
Taking advantage of the fact that at the last stopping place lions roared all night about the camp, Stas endeavored to convince his men that whoever ran away would unavoidably become their prey, and even if he passed the night on acacia boughs the still more terrible "wobo" would find him there.
"In Desert and Wilderness"
Henryk Sienkiewicz

Famous quotes with Unavoidably

  • The ability of discerning high quality unavoidably implies the ability of identifying shortcomings.
    Edsger Dijkstra
  • the principles of terrorism unavoidably rebound to the fatal injury of liberty and revolution. Absolute power corrupts and defeats its partisans no less than its opponents.Once on the road of terrorism, the State necessarily becomes estranged from the people.
    Alexander Berkman
  • There is yet a further and a weightier reason for the permanency of the Judicial offices, which is deducible from the nature of the qualifications they require.To avoid an arbitrary discretion in the Courts, it is indispensable that they should be bound down by strict rules and precedents, which serve to define and point out their duty in every particular case that comes before them; and it will readily be conceived from the variety of controversies which grow out of the folly and wickedness of mankind, that the records of those precedents must unavoidably swell to a very considerable bulk, and must demand long and laborious study to acquire a competent knowledge of them. Hence it is, that there can be but few men in the society, who will have sufficient skill in the laws to qualify them for the stations of Judges.a temporary duration in office, which would naturally discourage such characters from quitting a lucrative line of practice to accept a seat on the Bench, would have a tendency to throw the administration of justice into hands less able, and less well qualified, to conduct it with utility and dignity.
    Alexander Hamilton
  • Magic nothing. It has the potential to connect us to something wonderful, as does any performance, but it is not wonderful in itself, for it is inseparable from the particular performance in which it is experienced. A magician who is too fast, too slow, mumbles, shouts, smells, is unlikeable or incomprehensible will unavoidably taint his magic with his personal failings.
    Derren Brown
  • It makes unavoidably necessary an entirely new organization of society in which production is no longer directed by mutually competing individual industrialists but rather by the whole society operating according to a definite plan and taking account of the needs of all.
    Friedrich Engels

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