inevitable
I adjective about to happen, approaching, assured, at hand, brewing, certain, decided, definite, destined, determined, fated, fixed, following, foreordained, forthcoming, guaranteed, imminent, impending, in store, in the offing, ineluctable, includible, inescapable, inevasible, inevitabilis, looming, near, necessarius, next, ordained, predestined, preordained, sure, sure to happen, to come, unalterable, unavoidable, unchangeable, unfailing, unpreventable, unquestionable associated concepts: inevitable accident, inevitable casualty, inevitable occurrence II index categorical, certain (fixed), certain (positive), definite, forthcoming, future, irremediable, irrevocable, necessary (inescapable), necessity, unalterable

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