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Metaphorical UsePlay
Often used to emphasize inevitability in debates or discussions. SlideThe inescapable conclusion is that climate change will affect us all.
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Emotional WeightPlay
Adds a sense of urgency or seriousness to a situation or fact. SlideFaced with the inescapable reality of her illness, she took action.
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Cognitive AspectPlay
Used when an idea or fact must be accepted, even if it's hard to believe. SlideThe evidence pointed to an inescapable truth that shocked everyone.