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sounds like IN+eBEER+ate...hence drunken
INEBRIATE sounds like "in beer ate" ~ drink beer and eat food;
inebriate = in + ebr (beer) + i + ate;i.e. i ate beer drunken.
inebriety sounds like celebrity , who always drinks
in+bar+ted ... what can ted do in a bar? drink
In+a+bra+ted Ted(male)in a bra wore bra when drunk..
In rehab ated...need to send for rehab due to drinking problem
in+ef+ fable. fable means story. story can be told. in-fable means something which can not be uttered such as the name of Lord Voldemort (from Harry Potter).
IN+ F(eff) + able--You cannot utter the letter F*** everywhere.There are places where it is unutterable.:)
In Eff :In Eiffel tower,you feel great joy to visit it that you can't describe in words
She is an AFFABLE(friendly) but INEFFABLE (cant describe) beauty
effe sounds like affe (monkey), which stands for something undescribable, taboo, or beyond expression.
ineluctable -- in +luc(k)+table.. So, a person will be lucky or unlucky in his work on a particular day as per his luck-table, he can't escape from it, it's unavoidable.
Suppose a course is compulsory in a particular semester. So you are unable to 'elect' another course.
IN(not)+ELECTABLE....that cannot be elected....you don't have choice to elect because there is no option hence you cannot escape from it....
in + eluctate(=to struggle out, to escape) => inescapabale
ineluctable-[in-neglectable] unable to neglect
ineLuctable->LucK can't be avoid;not be escaped
indian elections cannot be avoided :P
LUCK - TABLE... You're playing blackjack at a table in a CASINO and your LUCK is so good, that its IRRESISTIBLE to stop playing even though you could lose all of it on one shot.
god has a list of luck table with rows as how lucky and columns as dates. This is called destiny. And Destiny is unavoidable :)
sounds like in means not reluctance not possible to stop.
In (usually shows negation ... Not ) + elu ... Try to relate this to elude - to escape ... In+elu - unable to escape ... Unavoidable
in(not)+exhort(means to pressurize):that means a person who is inexorable cant be pressurised;he will not yield
inexhorable sounds likein-exhaust.. so a person who never gets exhausted by torturing people.an inhuman(as he is not getting exhausted),showing inhuman traits
Exo bar advert-Cleans even the most unyielding of stains.
Sound like inflexible- inflexible ppl are inexorable
Imagine a door that is so solid you cannot break it down even by throwing you body against it, so you cannot EXIT. The door is INEXORABLE.
exorable means jo x ka o bana de.. so inexorable means who is adamant and does not yield to making x ka o
sounds like inexporeable... i.e person cant be explored even asking his again and again..
in-x-horrible:doing x(sex) with ur gf/bf continiously/relentlessly is horrible.So inexorable means relentless
INEX sounds like INXS, the music group; ORABLE sounds like horrible. INXS used to be unstoppable until the lead singer did that horrible thing and hanged himself.
inexorable=which cannot be washed with exo(barsoap for utensils) =ziddi dag=adamant
If you doN't EXeRcise you will not be ABLE-bodied and flexible
inexorable sounds like
inexitable i.e. unyielding, determined
inexorable = in + exort(urge). You can't change it. You can't stop it.
sounds like uxorial which means connecte with wife and the behaviour of wife is inexorable :P
U have EXTRA CABLE of your net connection in your room which irritates u...so u knot that in a bundle...
pronounce it as inexitable!...from which there is no exit
INEXTRICABLE:addINg EXTRa CABLE....... Adding this extra cable will make this connection very strong and no one will b able to open it .....
inextricable-> In(not) and EXtricable-> "able to exit". SO Inextricable -> unable to exit.
In movies, if some one is locked up in a room, the escape (EXIT) using a (CABLE) made from saree/ cloth. INEXTRIBLE == NO EXIT
very easy, look at the word INFANT....A NEW BORN BABY...SO SOMEONE behaving like an infant...is infantile. Be careful not to confuse with "infantry" - (ground troops, soldiers who fight on foot)