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Adverbial inexorably has 1 sense
  1. inexorably - in an inexorable manner; "time marches on inexorably"
    Derived from adjective

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Term: inexorably

Part of Speech: Adverb

Sense 1: In a way that is impossible to stop or prevent

Usage: The glacier was inexorably moving towards the small village.

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Sense 2: In a way that is not influenced by pleas or persuasion

Usage: The judge's decision was inexorably fair, despite the defendant's emotional appeal.

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Sense 3: In a way that is unyielding, relentless, or unforgiving

Usage: The wind blew inexorably, causing the trees to sway violently.

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