Recent Examples of eventual from the Web
The scandal, and the university’s investigation into how Baylor responded to assault allegations, led to the firing of the former football coach Art Briles and the demotion and eventual departure of former university President Ken Starr in 2016.
Two spots of the rotation are being filled by a rotating cast of rookies, at least until the eventual returns of Brandon Finnegan and Anthony DeSclafani.
Neuqua went 18-4 in 2017 and advanced to the state semifinals, falling 16-7 to eventual state champion New Trier.
The county’s plan is to build on the railbed on the south end of the corridor, but build alongside the tracks farther north, between Interstate 470 and the sports complex to allow for eventual construction of commuter rail of some sort.
Bloom represented three women who accused former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly of sexual harassment, and many credit her for his eventual ouster.
On the one hand, none of this necessarily precludes an eventual merger with T-Mobile or takeover by either Charter or Comcast later on.
The win could give her momentum for an eventual return to the national stage.
Won matches at the Munster Sectional and Highland Regional before losing to Carmel's Lauren Lemonds, the eventual state singles champ.
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First Known Use of eventual
EVENTUAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of eventual for English Language Learners
: coming or happening at a later time
EVENTUAL Defined for Kids
Definition of eventual for Students
: coming at some later time eventual success
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