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use "ineluctable" in a sentence

After being, in turn, anxious, angry, and sometimes morose, he accepts the coming ineluctable defeat with serenity, but with much emotion, with the comfort of his loved ones and colleagues.

But she inevitably comes to resent those long hours he spends at the stables, dismissing the
strength of their resolve to continue the struggle against William of Normandy was questionable and the military response they organised to the continuing Norman advance was ineffectual.

Eicher, p. 543. Despite its ferocity, the fire was mostly ineffectual.

But, it was an ineffectual attempt at reform as many yangban in the central government were themselves deeply involved in such corruption.

The aging and ineffectual Count of Besalú showed no desire to govern and readily allowed his new father-in-law to fill the vacuum left by the death of Bernard II.

Giving examples of the ineffectual nature of institutionalized education, Illich posited self-directed education, supported by intentional social relations, in fluid informal arrangements: Universal education through schooling is not feasible.

These new gun sites proved ineffectual.

Nine years of civil war, atrocities, and ineffectual intervention by ECOMOG-which became just another faction in the war-crippled Sierra Leone.

Dealing with pre-adolescent misbehavior using the popular shape-up-or-ship-out approach is ineffectual because it deals with the symptoms rather than the problem.

Although largely ineffectual as terrorists, their actions are known to the police.

Thus the 2004 general elections saw widespread disillusionment, coupled with an ineffectual opposition.

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