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Word: eventual

Definition: happening at last as a result; Ex. eventual victory

Sentences Containing 'eventual'

A civil engineer of considerable skill, Crozet had identified the eventual route as early as 1839.
A combination of competing interests lead to the eventual demise of Teedyuscung and his settlement at Wyolutimunk.
A lack of oxygen incapacitated the crew, leading to the aircraft's eventual crash after running out of fuel.
A more educated populace would provide the foundation for an eventual republican or parliamentary system.
According to Gould, his use of marijuana had a "most important effect" on his eventual recovery.
And how pleasing to God was this conduct in Jonah, is shown in the eventual deliverance of him from the sea and the whale.
At this time, two things occurred in Dorestad that led to the eventual downfall of the City.
Blunt was instrumental in introducing his sister to her eventual husband after offering her for "sale" on eBay.
Consequently, fears of eventual emancipation were much greater in the South than in the North.
Defeating former champions Coheed and Cambria, they advanced to the final four but lost to the eventual champions Green Day by a 0.34 margin.
During this stage, the level of care and nourishment the larvae receive will determine their eventual adult form.
His efforts led the Badgers to an eventual upset of then top-ranked Ohio State.
His eventual assault was conducted by three infantry brigades, under Brig.
His lack of interest in governing led to his eventual fall from power and death.
However, her eventual goal is to become a double agent for MI5.
However, Spud lost to the tournament's eventual winner Sam Slam in the first round.
However, Stosur's run ended in the semifinals, where she lost to eventual champion Serena Williams.
However, they then lost to eventual champions Venus and Serena Williams, 4–6, 2–6.
In 2006, Villanova reached the Elite Eight before being defeated by eventual champion Florida.
In all four instances, the winner was the eventual Western Conference champion and made the NBA Finals.
In my judgment the eventual result will be just the opposite.
In the semi-final, he lost to eventual winner Adam Cole.
In the semifinal. she was defeated by eventual champion Ekaterina Makarova.
In the third round she lost to eventual finalist Sabine Lisicki in three sets.
It is the latter that is responsible for the eventual revolutionary overthrow of the incumbent paradigm, and its replacement by a new one.
It was Burns's education and training in literary criticism that informed his eventual move into webcomics criticism.
Its grand design and exceptionally large dimensions were intentionally aspirational, as the church was said to have been built with the intention of eventual elevation to cathedral status.
Kvitová went on to defeat Azarenka in the final, making it the second consecutive year that Stosur lost to the eventual champion in the semifinals.
Omega was eliminated from the match by the eventual winner, Jushin Liger.
Philosophy of history is a branch of philosophy concerning the eventual significance, if any, of human history.
Piers were installed for the eventual construction of an office building and bus station above the tracks.
She lost in the quarterfinals, losing to eventual champion Kim Clijsters, 3–6, 5–7.
Since 1904, Missouri has voted for the eventual winner of the election in a presidential election, with the exceptions of the 1956 and 2008 elections.
Stosur lost in the semi-finals to former doubles partner and eventual champion Nadia Petrova in straight sets.
The 118th entered the 1940s with war in Europe already a reality and eventual U.S. involvement becoming more and more likely.
The attempted uprising resulted in his eventual arrest, and he was sent to Perote Prison.
The eventual recording was performed under the name "Robert Lindsay and the Pride Park Posse".
The film took two years to complete production and the eventual delayed release was met with a poor response from critics and at the box office.
The fundamental idea was to produce marmots in a fashion that would facilitate their eventual return to the wild.
The Girlfriend's responses to the dance, and her eventual dropping her purse from the royal box, annoy the Queen and von Rothbart.
The most recent was in 2009, the Rockets pushed the eventual champions to 7 games in the Semifinals.
The rest of the story describes what happens next and the eventual conclusion of the plot.
The role was later cut from the eventual screenplay.
This led to the fall of the empire and the eventual creation of the Maurya Empire with Chandragupta as its leader.
This route was designed to easily accommodate the eventual upgrade to a freeway when traffic volumes necessitated.
This was alleviated by the building of the Sea Girt Lighthouse and stopped by the eventual filling in of the inlet.
This was the third time in 4 years that Villanova was eliminated from the tournament by the eventual champion.
Two eventual Nobel Prize winners (William Howard Stein and Stanford Moore) worked in his laboratory.
Two significant factors, however, led to the eventual return of Prussian dominance in the war.
With the state's eventual defeat, he escaped Yugoslavia to Australia where he died in 1961.

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