Examples of ultimately in a Sentence
The changes ultimately proved to be unnecessary.
Ultimately, it's a question of who is more popular.
Recent Examples of ultimately from the Web
That seat ultimately went to Justice Gorsuch, keeping it in the court’s right-leaning faction.
But Wolfgang is hopeful this election could ultimately lead to a parental notification law in Connecticut.
Lipner diagnosed the woman with onychomadesis, a condition that occurs when the nail plates separate, ultimately leading to the nail shedding.
That ultimately led to the appointment of Trump nominee Neil Gorsuch last year.
The rest of the evening is somewhat strained, but the group date rose ultimately goes to Colton.
And ultimately, Apple is still going up against Google, which has been at this for more than a decade.
Hardiman was a finalist to fill the most recent Supreme Court vacancy, which ultimately went to Gorsuch, who was confirmed in April 2017.
Although the job ultimately went to former Atlanta Hawks coach and Spurs assistant Mike Budenholzer, Hammon’s interview bolstered her reputation as the most likely candidate to shatter the NBA’s glass ceiling.
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at last (or at long last), at length, in the end, in the fullness of time, in time;
ULTIMATELY Defined for English Language Learners
: at the end of a process, period of time, etc.
: at the most basic level : in the central or most important way
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