Word of the Day


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Word of the day: because some of us are tired of using the same old words over and over again…

Ineluctable (adj.):

Inevitable, incapable of being evaded.

Example:

When our happiness depends on something we might lose, our misery becomes ineluctable.

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11 thoughts on “Word of the Day”

  1. I’m proud to say thanks to Amy Hennig’s excellent writing, I already knew this particular word. Now nobody will tell me there isn’t anything to learn from eons-old, Shakespearian-English-speaking, sword fighting vampires!

    1. Haha! That’s a major problem with new words. Here’s how the dictionary spells it: [in-i-luhk-tuh-buhl]; hope this helps. And I’m glad you like the example 🙂

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