event

[ ih-vent ]SEE DEFINITION OF event

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I, too, should earnestly rejoice if such an event could be brought about.

In any event, that is a part with which I have nothing to do.

The event established Mary as the arbiter in her own coterie.

There was an enormous complacency in his air over the event.

This, said Archidamus, was a great error; and the event proved that he was right.

This event, if his wife live with you, it may be in your power to hasten.

In any event, it shows that your heart is in the right place.

He should survive, even if the event were indefinitely postponed.

In the event of failure such outbreaks are punished, but they are not regarded as immoral.

Upon the event of her illness I laid bets to an amazing amount.

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