eventuate[ ih-ven-choo-eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF eventuate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EVENTUATE
How frantic, as if all things were about to eventuate, remembering not that nothing ends.
We do not say in English that things seem, or appear, or eventuate, or even that they are; but that they do.
If the latter be true, why all this display, designed to eventuate in nothing?
It cannot eventuate on a large scale, and it should not if it could.
Obviously the repetition of the past can only eventuate in the repetition of the present.
It may eventuate in a Quimby as naturally as the poetic faculty eventuates in a Kipling.
A mistake at this time may eventuate in permanent results which will render the mother an invalid for all the rest of her life.
I never saw one-fourth the number of Americans together that did not eventuate in a score or two of fights.
They look upon it as a fatality which is certain to eventuate, no matter what steps may be taken.
Spiritual despotisms and religious superstitions never did and never will eventuate in a capacity for democracy.