Definition of 'eventuality'
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These people work in cells, virtually isolated from other operatives, to protect the group in this very eventuality. THE GREENSTONE GRAIL: THE SANGREAL TRILOGY ONE (2004)In her mind, she traced every step, tried to predict every eventuality. CHAMELEON (2004)- "was to police officers a matter of making it stick in Court, covering every legal eventuality. A WORM OF DOUBT (2004)
How consuming and powerful it was, robbing one of the will to think, to move, to force one's limbs to bend toward the next eventuality. FAMILY BLESSINGS (2004)
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Translations for 'eventuality'
British English: eventuality NOUN
An eventuality is a possible future event or result, especially one that is unpleasant or surprising.
Every eventuality is covered, from running out of petrol to needing water.
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