01. It was [inevitable] that Pat would get injured because of his interest in extreme sports.
02. The [inevitability] of death is a fact that we must all face at some point in our lives.
03. It was [inevitable] that Sam would be fired because he was always coming to work late, and leaving early.
04. It is [inevitable] that you will win something if you keep buying lottery tickets, but you will probably never get back as much as you have spent.
05. He will [inevitably] hurt himself because he takes too many risks.
06. John F. Kennedy once observed that those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution [inevitable].
07. Andrew Young once said that in a world where change is [inevitable] and continuous, the need to achieve that change without violence is essential for survival.
08. Members of urban industrial cultures often believe their own culture is the superior end product of [inevitable] and progressive evolutionary development.
09. Michael Gelb once said that champions know that success is [inevitable], and that there is no such thing as failure, only feedback.
10. If she continues to speed, she will [inevitably] crash.
11. Salmon [inevitably] die after spawning.
12. Someone once joked that change is [inevitable], except from vending machines.
13. The typical Irish meal is accompanied by the [inevitable] mug of dark beer.
14. Scientists warn that if humankind is going to have a future on this planet, it is absolutely [inevitable] that we find another energy source.
15. Aging and wrinkles are [inevitable], so the best thing to do is to make sure your wrinkles are laugh lines.
16. With the declaration of war in 1939, Britain began preparing for the [inevitable] bombing of its cities.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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