1 Though Scarlett always went home to Tara with a happy heart, she was never sorry when the inevitable letters came from Pitty and Melanie, begging her to return.
2 Every morning when Scarlett arose she thanked God for the pale-blue sky and the warm sun, for each day of good weather put off the inevitable time when warm clothing would be needed.
3 But Ashley seemed to mean them and there was a look in his eyes which eluded her--not fear, not apology, but the bracing to a strain which was inevitable and overwhelming.
4 Now they had not only the Bureau agitators and the Carpetbaggers urging them on, but the incitement of whisky as well, and outrages were inevitable.
5 When trouble comes we bow to the inevitable without any mouthing, and we work and we smile and we bide our time.
6 It was a fight that could not win but it had, at least, postponed the inevitable.
7 The thought of speaking of Melanie now, of making the inevitable arrangements that follow a death made her throat tighten.
8 So the picnic of Carol, Fern, Erik, Cy Bogart, and the Dyers was not only moral but inevitable.
9 Before that time, she knew, a hundred generations of Carols will aspire and go down in tragedy devoid of palls and solemn chanting, the humdrum inevitable tragedy of struggle against inertia.
10 Now, this occasional inevitable sinking of the recently killed Sperm Whale is a very curious thing; nor has any fisherman yet adequately accounted for it.
Moby Dick By Herman MelvilleContext Highlight In CHAPTER 81. The Pequod Meets The Virgin.
11 Imitating these movements, the young man prepared himself for the struggle which now seemed inevitable.
The Last of the Mohicans By James Fenimore CooperContext Highlight In CHAPTER 13
12 It was doubtless in consequence of a knowledge of this fact, that one great statesman of the south predicted the downfall of slavery by the inevitable laws of population.
13 In punctuality, she was as inevitable as a clock, and as inexorable as a railroad engine; and she held in most decided contempt and abomination anything of a contrary character.
14 Cunning and deception become necessary, inevitable habits.
15 But a slave-trade, as systematic as ever was carried on on the coast of Africa, is an inevitable attendant and result of American slavery.