[ US /əˌvɛntʃuˈæɫɪti, iˌvɛntʃuˈæɫɪti/ ]
[ UK /ɪvˌɛnt‍ʃuːˈælɪti/ ]
  1. a possible event or occurrence or result
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How To Use eventuality In A Sentence

  • When hiking in the berg it is always important to take into account the unpredictability of the weather and come prepared for any eventuality.
  • Army planners are already working on the contingency plans for that eventuality.
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  • She reminded me that she would only be gone a few months and that the guardianship was a far-fetched eventuality, only effective in the event of her ... death. Murder Crossed
  • 'Even if there is a small percentage chance that our troops are not properly trained for every eventuality then we should set aside the fact that for some people the bangs are a little bit loud.' Home | Mail Online
  • We've tried to anticipate the most likely problems, but it's impossible to be prepared for all eventualities/every eventuality.
  • Pack plenty of spare clothes against the eventuality of getting soaked while out in a torrential cloudburst.
  • It's basically a bet on human cussedness, the belief that history shows that humans can turn any apparent eventuality on its head, if we work at it hard enough.
  • The eventuality is a one-on-one relationship with every consumer, and obviously e-commerce needs to be a big part of that. Advertising Age - Homepage
  • These people work in cells, virtually isolated from other operatives, to protect the group in this very eventuality. THE GREENSTONE GRAIL: THE SANGREAL TRILOGY ONE
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