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unavoidably (adverb), more unavoidably, most unavoidably
1. A description of how something cannot be prevented or ignored: The visitors to Eugene's home were unavoidably delayed in arriving as they had planned because of the heavy traffic on the streets.
2. A reference to how a situation or condition is certain to happen: When strong cyclones or tornadoes take place, there are bound to be unavoidably severe electrical outages, travel accidents, etc.
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