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Use 'unavoidable' to describe something out of control that is bound to happen. SlideHer arrival during the storm was an unavoidable surprise.
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'Unavoidable' often carries a sense of regret or reluctance. SlideThe fare increase was an unavoidable necessity.
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Not FaultPlay
When something is 'unavoidable,' it implies no one is to blame for it. SlideThe economic downturn was seen as an unavoidable reality.