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synonyms for eventuation

  • change
  • issue
  • outcome
  • result
  • situation
  • circumstance
  • conclusion
  • denouement
  • event
  • eventuality
  • materialization
  • occurrence
  • phenomenon
  • transpiration
  • upshot
  • turn of events

antonyms for eventuation

MOST RELEVANT
  • cause
  • origin
  • source
  • decline
  • decrease
  • stoppage
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How to use eventuation in a sentence

This unscheduled eventuation aroused the apprehension of the president of the company, who was also its backer.
DYNAMITE STORIESHUDSON MAXIM
A thing is unconscious, involuntary, and powerless, and consequently limited to one sole possible eventuation.
THE THEISTIC CONCEPTION OF THE WORLDB. F. (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN) COCKER
This intermediate term conveys the sensuous impulse without loss of force to its eventuation in conduct.
THE PLACE OF SCIENCE IN MODERN CIVILISATION AND OTHER ESSAYSTHORSTEIN VEBLEN
This was the notion of showing the evil eventuation of good.
THE STORY OF A PLAYW. D. HOWELLS
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WORDS RELATED TO EVENTUATION

  • change
  • circumstance
  • conclusion
  • denouement
  • event
  • eventuality
  • eventuation
  • issue
  • materialization
  • occurrence
  • outcome
  • phenomenon
  • result
  • situation
  • transpiration
  • turn of events
  • upshot
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.