eventuality

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The eventuality he had not foreseen had appalled him as a humane man and a fond husband.

We must face the situation like thinking men, prepared for any eventuality.

Rather than wait for this eventuality the Cabinet tendered its resignation.

For some weeks the court prepared for even such an eventuality.

There was scarcely an eventuality his mind had not pictured.

I merely meant to say that there was an eventuality which might rescue me from this necessity.

I suppose I had some hazy prescience of that eventuality being in the air.

Then he gave directions as to what was to be done in any eventuality, and he went out.

In that eventuality, and that only, Max intended to interfere.

They had bargained on this eventuality when they made the deal.

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