end up

VERB
  1. finally be or do something
    he wound up being unemployed and living at home again
    He ended up marrying his high school sweetheart
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How To Use end up In A Sentence

  • Not bad for someone who failed to shine at school and feared he would end up in a coalyard. The Sun
  • We had engaged a very nice mare and stanhope, which we knew we could depend upon, when, the day before the race, the chestnut was declared lame, and not a presentable four-legged animal was to be hired in Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 59, No. 363, January, 1846
  • We did get a digital box so we could record programs and watch them at our leisure and not get tied to a schedule for tv programs but we end up recording so much that it always seems like I spend more time trying to watch tv and clear space in my digi box than write. On Efficiency, Or How To Get Everything Done As A Multi-Tasking Writer - by Joanna Penn | The Creative Penn
  • Apparently some divers end up having to buy extra suitcases to carry all the goodies home.
  • Of those who survive, about another 20% will end up in institutional care who weren't in that before the stroke.
  • The thing buried in the knicker drawer could end up on the coffee table. Times, Sunday Times
  • Did you send up my application?
  • We will end up having to cut any deal to save face. The Sun
  • If I am guessing right, this might just end up coming back to me in 'karma' fashion. Should I bring them or not?
  • In a second or three, take one high stakes football match, throw in that controversial miscall, stir it up with loads of angry fans, whisk in a few politicians, let it bake overnight and what you end up with is a tasty football ferrora (ph). CNN Transcript Nov 20, 2009
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