Examples of eventuality in a Sentence
He planned carefully and was ready for any eventuality.
a cure for that form of cancer seems like a certain eventuality—it's just a matter of time
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But that eventuality must not be discussed until the government is ready to lay the predicate for it with careful persuasion of the American public and America’s allies, and careful preparation for the military action required.
The event was a turning point, a moment of distilled competence in which the fantasy of a Pence reign—an eventuality mused about since the moment he was picked for the ticket—began to feel real.
But that eventuality does not make this period of time any less strange.
Trump, shouting into the cavern ceaselessly about his fear of being investigated, has brought about that very eventuality.
Yes, several eventualities could reverse this trend.
Reed, however, sent a note to the team informing them of his plans to become a free agent, a letter that is not binding and still could be reversed by his late-June deadline, in the eventuality of an injury.
Mr. de Blasio has so far brushed off that eventuality.
In the eventuality that a robot makes a mistake, what then?
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EVENTUALITY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of eventuality for English Language Learners
: something that might happen : a possible event or occurrence
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