eventuate

VERB
  1. come out in the end
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How To Use eventuate In A Sentence

  • And if the contingency eventuates, neither France nor Spain have the mobility or the means to pursue their foes into the uttermost reaches of Central Asia, the deserts of Africa or the teeming stews of the Southwest Asia.
  • However, some situations eventuated in formal dismissal.
  • No amount of effort will eventuate in success if we do not adopt the two-pronged approach to solving the problem of runaway criminal activity here.
  • Teo was a mighty powerful soul and Tory didn't like to think what could eventuate if Mahaud fully possessed such a warrior. THE ANCIENT FUTURE: THE DARK AGE
  • The liberality of Virginia, or, as the result may prove, her folly, which submitted to, or, if you will, PROPOSED _this measure_, (abolition of slavery in the N.W. territory) has eventuated in effects which speak a monitory lesson. The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Part 1 of 4
  • An oil drilling venture in the 1980s never eventuated.
  • Harms, said that the trial court had found that even if Matthews, van der Schyff, Badenhorst and Ettiene Visser had not acted with direct intent, they were nevertheless guilty of the four murders and six attempted murders on the basis of "dolus eventualis" (that death could eventuate). ANC Daily News Briefing
  • Teo was a mighty powerful soul and Tory didn't like to think what could eventuate if Mahaud fully possessed such a warrior. THE ANCIENT FUTURE: THE DARK AGE
  • The promised snow down to 200m had not eventuated.
  • Citi estimates that should a deal eventuate, potash would account for around 10% of BHP's annual earnings, making a larger contribution than aluminium and thermal coal, but still well behind the nearly 80% of earnings generated across its carbon steel, petroleum and base metal divisions. BHP Bid For Potash Makes Sense, Analysts Say
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