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eventuality

Syllabification: e·ven·tu·al·i·ty
Pronunciation: /iˌven(t)SHəˈwalədē
 
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Definition of eventuality in English:

noun (plural eventualities)

A possible event or outcome: you must be prepared for all eventualities
More example sentences
  • Accidents do happen and car companies have insurance to cover such eventualities, except when they happen on a race circuit.
  • And depending on your attitude to risk, there is a whole number of policies available to protect against a wealth of possible eventualities.
  • By all means, cover yourself for unexpected eventualities such as death, unemployment and your house burning down.
Synonyms
event, incident, occurrence, happening, development, phenomenon, situation, circumstance, case, contingency, chance, likelihood, possibility, probability;
outcome, result

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