As adverbs the difference between inevitably and admittedly
is that inevitably
is in a manner that is impossible to avoid or prevent while admittedly
is as is acknowledged to be true; by general admission; confessedly.
In a manner that is impossible to avoid or prevent.
- Inevitably , all creatures eventually die.
- The sun inevitably rises.
- Despite the town's best efforts, the dam inevitably gave way.
As usual; predictably; as expected.
- The inevitably cold winter approaches.
- Inevitably , the next-door neighbour began to mow his lawn just as she lay down her head after a long night shift.
- The child inevitably began to cry when his mother went to work.
- The inevitably long line of customers queued for the latest 'Harry Potter'.
* (in a manner that this impossible to avoid) certainly, inexorably, unavoidably, necessarily
* (as usual) always, predictably, regularly
* (in a manner that this impossible to avoid) evitably, avoidably, impossibly, incidentally
* (as usual) unexpectedly, unusually
As is acknowledged to be true; by general admission; confessedly.
- Admittedly , vandalism is a bit of problem.