Definition of Eventuality

1. Noun. A possible event or occurrence or result.

Exact synonyms: Contingence, Contingency
Generic synonyms: Happening, Natural Event, Occurrence, Occurrent
Derivative terms: Contingent



Definition of Eventuality

1. n. The coming as a consequence; contingency; also, an event which comes as a consequence.

Definition of Eventuality

1. Noun. A possible event; something that may happen. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Eventuality

1. [n -TIES]

Medical Definition of Eventuality

1. Origin: Cf. F. Eventualite. 1. The coming as a consequence; contingency; also, an event which comes as a consequence. 2. Disposition to take cognizance of events. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eventuality

eventlessness
eventlike
eventognathi
eventological
eventologically
eventology
eventration
eventration of the diaphragm
eventrations
events
eventual
eventual(a)
eventualist
eventualists
eventualities
eventuality (current term)
eventually
eventuate
eventuated
eventuates
eventuating
eventuation
eventuations
evenward
ever
ever-changing
ever-more
ever-present
ever-smoker
ever-smokers

Literary usage of Eventuality

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1. A System of Phrenology by George Combe (1842)
"eventuality. THIS organ, when large, gives prominence or a rounded fulness to the ... eventuality small. 30. eventuality large. 34. Comparison rather large. ..."

2. A System of Phrenology by George Combe (1860)
"eventuality. THIS organ, when large, gives prominence or a rounded ... eventuality small. 30. eventuality large. 34. Comparison rather large. 34. ..."

3. The Phrenological Journal and Miscellany (1839)
"•forty-five and fifty, eventuality and Time are developed to an unusual extent; ... that the energy of the faculties of eventuality and Time exactly ..."

4. The Phrenological Journal, and Magazine of Moral Science (1839)
"Case of Large Development of eventuality and Time. — Communicated by Mr. WR LOWE, of Wolverhampton. IN Mrs. T , a well-educated, married lady, aged between ..."

5. The Origins of the War by Raymond Poincar̂ae (1921)
"hostile, but he had for some long time been prepared for this eventuality, and we might be sure that, even if war broke out between Austria and Russia, ..."

6. Lectures on Phrenology: Delivered Before the Young Men's Association for by Amos Dean (1834)
"eventuality. The organ of this faculty is situated directly above that of ... Individuality takes cognizance of the actor --- eventuality of the act. ..."

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