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Everything's Eventual: 14 Dark Tales

eventual      
You use eventual to indicate that something happens or is the case at the end of a process or period of time.
The eventual aim is reunification.
= ultimate
ADJ: ADJ n
eventual      
a.
1.
Final, ultimate.
2.
Contingent, conditional, possible.
eventual      
[?'v?n(t)???l]
¦ adjective occurring at the end of or resulting from a process or period of time.
Derivatives
eventually adverb
Origin
C17 (in the sense 'relating to an event'): from L. eventus (see event), on the pattern of actual.

Wikipedia

Everything's Eventual

Everything's Eventual is a 2002 collection of 11 short stories and 3 novellas by American writer Stephen King.

Pronunciation examples for eventual
1. eventual nominees.
Speakrets _ Ruth Sherman _ Talks at Google
2. decommissioning, and eventual replacement.
Green Illusions _ Ozzie Zehner _ Talks at Google
3. The eventual goal
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4. and eventual infidelity.
John & Julie Gottman _ Talks at Google
5. contributed to their eventual downfall.
_ David Ewalt _ Talks at Google
Examples of use of eventual
1. This is not to say the eventual Republican nominee necessarily will be stronger than the eventual Democratic nominee.
2. Yet he considers his eventual departure regrettable.
3. China says Taiwan must accept eventual reunification.
4. Eventual drawdown Handing over control of the country‘s security to Iraqi forces is vital to any eventual drawdown of US forces in Iraq.
5. Hill said the documents would help with eventual verification.