Wives leave husbands, the public condemns the cheating—and, inevitably, six months later, we learn about another scandal.
inevitably, we see wives leave husbands, and public condemnation—and watch it happen all over again six months later.
In politics, there are inevitably issues that divide that coalition (Franc cited immigration as an example).
So when the ads hit the subways, as they inevitably will, we should feel free to condemn such bigotry.
Given our interdependence, any world order that elevates one nation or group of people over another will inevitably fail.
Unless thus collected now, much of this lore must inevitably be forgotten.
All day he had noticed how inevitably the conversation turned to the young surgeon.
When we speak of Sherwin, inevitably we think of Frank Beard, the cartoonist, whose jokes were as original as his pictures.
There must inevitably come a great crash, and Mr. Wade's interest was aroused.
No, not inevitably; I will even venture to say that imposture is unlikely.