An example of an ineluctable act is the sun rising every day.
Origin of ineluctableClassical Latin ineluctabilis ; from in-, not + eluctabilis, that can be resisted by struggling ; from eluctari, to struggle ; from ex-, out + luctari, to struggle ; from Indo-European base an unverified form leug-, to bend from source lock, Classical Greek lygos, supple twig
Origin of ineluctableLatin in&emacron;luct&amacron;bilis : in-, not; see in–1 + &emacron;luct&amacron;bilis, penetrable (from &emacron;luct&amacron;r&imacron;, to struggle out of : ex-, ex- + luct&amacron;r&imacron;, to struggle).
(comparative more ineluctable, superlative most ineluctable)
From Middle French inéluctable, from Latin inēluctābilis, from in- + ēluctor (“struggle out”).