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eventuality

noun even·tu·al·i·ty \i-ˌven-chə-ˈwa-lə-tē\

: something that might happen : a possible event or occurrence

plural even·tu·al·i·ties

Full Definition of EVENTUALITY

:  a possible event or outcome :  possibility

Examples of EVENTUALITY

  1. He planned carefully and was ready for any eventuality.
  2. <a cure for that form of cancer seems like a certain eventuality—it's just a matter of time>

First Known Use of EVENTUALITY

1759

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