Sentences Containing 'inevitable'
Resignation to inevitable evils is the evil duty of us all; the peculiar duty of a young man who has been so fortunate as I have been in early preferment; and I trust I am resigned.
His marriage was now fast approaching, and she was at length so far resigned as to think it inevitable, and even repeatedly to say, in an ill natured tone, that she''wished they might be happy.''
Here a rent in the ship's side would mean inevitable loss were it not possible to rid the ship of the inflowing water by the action of strong pumps.
In contrast with the awful sublimity of this figure of Death, how touching is the expression of the little figure of Love, trying vainly to stop the inevitable advance.
If we respected only what is inevitable and has a right to be, music and poetry would resound along the streets.
Caderousse still evaded all pursuit, and I had resigned myself to what seemed my inevitable fate.
I say not only in right order by a series of inevitable consequences, but according to justice and as it were by way of equal distribution, according to the true worth of everything.
Lamarck, who believed in an innate and inevitable tendency towards perfection in all organic beings, seems to have felt this difficulty so strongly that he was led to suppose that new and simple forms are continually being produced by spontaneous generation.
The extinction of old forms is the almost inevitable consequence of the production of new forms.
I request the reader to turn to the diagram illustrating the action, as formerly explained, of these several principles; and he will see that the inevitable result is, that the modified descendants proceeding from one progenitor become broken up into groups subordinate to groups.
This tendency in the large groups to go on increasing in size and diverging in character, together with the inevitable contingency of much extinction, explains the arrangement of all the forms of life in groups subordinate to groups, all within a few great classes, which has prevailed throughout all time.
The next day his friend sent intelligence of his death to his relatives, who had already ascertained his misfortune, as well as the convent where Camilla lay almost on the point of accompanying her husband on that inevitable journey, not on account of the tidings of his death, but because of those she received of her lover's departure.
The ultimate Author of all our volitions is the Creator of the world, who first bestowed motion on this immense machine, and placed all beings in that particular position, whence every subsequent event, by an inevitable necessity, must result.
Now the risk was inevitable, I no longer saw it in the same cheerful light.
And on both these days I had the restless feeling of one who shirks an inevitable duty.
I thought of their unfathomable distance, and the slow inevitable drift of their movements out of the unknown past into the unknown future.
Here, apparently, was the Palaeontological Section, and a very splendid array of fossils it must have been, though the inevitable process of decay that had been staved off for a time, and had, through the extinction of bacteria and fungi, lost ninety-nine hundredths of its force, was nevertheless, with extreme sureness if with extreme slowness at work again upon all its treasures.
I had put them at a distance, and accepted my inevitable place.
Now, this occasional inevitable sinking of the recently killed Sperm Whale is a very curious thing; nor has any fisherman yet adequately accounted for it.
More Vocab Words::: colloquy - informal discussion; conversation
::: onus - burden; responsibility
::: intransigence - refusal of any compromise; stubbornness; ADJ. intransigent: uncompromising
::: titter - nervous giggle; nervous laugh; V.
::: inordinate - beyond reasonable limits; unrestrained; excessive; Ex. inordinate demands
::: brevity - conciseness; shortness of duration
::: dinghy - small boat (often ship's boat)
::: droll - queer and amusing
::: sectarian - of a sect; narrow-minded; parochial; N: member of a sect; narrow-minded person
::: venal - capable of being bribed; corrupt; CF. vernal