- To result fundamentally: The epidemic eventuated inside fatalities of thousands.
- ahead aside finally or perhaps in summary; to happen; to come to pass.
- To happen ultimately: The epidemic eventuated in the deaths of thousands.
- To come away finally or in summary; to result; to come quickly to pass.
- To culminate; close; terminate: as, the agitation against slavery eventuated in civil war.
- To fall aside; occur; come to pass; outcome as a conference or an effect.
- To culminate; close; terminate: as, the agitation against slavery eventuated in municipal war.
- To fall on; take place; arrived at pass; result as a meeting or a result.
- turn out in the end
- emerge in the long run
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