13 example sentences using inevitable.
Inevitable used in a sentence
Inevitable in a sentence as a noun
It takes a while for such a massive shift in public opinion, but it's inevitable.
Do drones increase or decrease the inevitable horrors of war?
It's inevitable people will reverse engineer the client, as was done with MSN, Y!
From the outside looking it, this slow creep of progress might seem inevitable, but it's anything but.
If a platoon of Marines were to attack my house, my death would be as inevitable as my death would be if a drone strike hit my house.
They are semi-skilled and are doomed to inevitable automation.
Before, I thought of it mostly as an inevitable consequence of badly designed systems.
Inevitable in a sentence as an adjective
This is a given of software development, and the fear of having to go through this inevitable process has stopped most projects before they've ever begun.
You should be designing your studio to accommodate modest returns, while accounting for inevitable flops.
* Second, an idea or early prototype has little correlation to its inevitable success or failure.
I've been through that exact cycle, of building a portfolio of games, having some big hits fund growing the company, then taking on bigger projects before the inevitable collapse.
California does not recognize the "inevitable disclosure" doctrine by which a former employee can be enjoined from taking a position on grounds that it will be "inevitable" that he would need to disclose important trade secrets in order to perform his duties.
In related news: scientists have discovered that an uncontrolled nuclear reaction over one hundred trillion times more powerful than the Hiroshima bomb is releasing radiation of all known varieties, including lethal gamma radiation, and will result in the inevitable exposure of all of the earth's surface within the next twenty-four hours.
an unavoidable event; "don't argue with the inevitable"
incapable of being avoided or prevented; "the inevitable result"
invariably occurring or appearing; "the inevitable changes of the seasons"