Recent Examples of eventual from the Web
The story, which said Araujo had recommended a particular company for the contract before bids opened, misidentified that company as the eventual winner of the contract.
In the Padres’ eventual, 6-2 victory, Hedges would remain in the game and change the course of it.
Ryckman said that these debates are an important step toward reaching an eventual compromise.
Christie was later put in charge of Trump's transition team; Jared again was the agent behind Christie's eventual ouster from that role.
More chilling is the correspondence surrounding Hamilton’s feud, and eventual duel with, Aaron Burr.
When the fighters are pressed on their future, most talk about working for the eventual political party.
While the company was going bankrupt in 1982, Veliscol and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency signed an agreement that provided $20 million for cleanup, a pittance of the eventual cost.
Chuck then engages in a long flirtation with a bartender, and eventual wife (Naomi Watts), who keeps him at arm’s length during the self-destructive spiral that sees his boxing career give way to prison.
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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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