In`e*luc"ta*ble (?), a. [L. ineluctabilis; pref. in- not + eluctabilis to be surmounted, fr. eluctari to struggle out of, to surmount: cf. F. in'eluctable. See Eluctate.]

Not to be overcome by struggling; irresistible; inevitable.

Bp. Pearson.

The ineluctable conditions of matter. Hamerton.

 

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