- See fatalism.
Philosophy dictionary. Academic. 2011.
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inevitability — 1640s, from INEVITABLE (Cf. inevitable) + ITY (Cf. ity) … Etymology dictionary
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inevitability — in|ev|i|ta|bil|i|ty [ıˌnevıtəˈbılıti] n [singular, U] the fact that something is certain to happen, or something that is certain to happen inevitability of ▪ the inevitability of death … Dictionary of contemporary English
inevitability — in|ev|i|ta|bil|i|ty [ ın,evıtə bıləti ] noun uncount the fact that something is certain to happen: inevitability of: the inevitability of growing old … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
inevitability — UK [ɪnˌevɪtəˈbɪlətɪ] / US noun [uncountable] the fact that something is certain to happen inevitability of: the inevitability of growing old … English dictionary
inevitability — inevitable ► ADJECTIVE ▪ certain to happen; unavoidable. ► NOUN (the inevitable) ▪ a situation that is unavoidable. DERIVATIVES inevitability noun inevitably adverb. ORIGIN Latin inevitabilis, from in not + evitare avoid … English terms dictionary
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