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eventuality

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisheventualitye‧ven‧tu‧al‧i‧ty /ɪˌventʃuˈæləti/ AWL noun (plural eventualities) [countable] 🔊 🔊 formalPOSSIBLE something that might happen, especially something badany/every eventuality 🔊 We are prepared for every eventuality. 🔊 That is an unlikely eventuality.
Examples from the Corpus
eventualityIf not, then the constraint into the actual eventuality might or might not have the suggested psychological component.So a blind obstinate energy kept her constant in her refusal to allow any eventuality to mar her Love Affair.Deck shoes, either in leather or cloth, are good alternatives - smart enough for any eventuality.We have to be prepared for every eventuality.So, here goes: The foregoing lists are not exhaustive but should cover the vast majority of eventualities.Not surprisingly, Whitehall has been hedging its bets with officials preparing briefs to cover a variety of eventualities.Exhaustive assessment of the probable incidence of such eventualities lies outside the scope of these pages.The eventuality, however, did not arise.Therefore we need to have £300 to £500 put back to cover these eventualities.any/every eventualitySo a blind obstinate energy kept her constant in her refusal to allow any eventuality to mar her Love Affair.Above are six examples of reels that should cover any eventuality.As long as they had been promptly informed he was covered for any eventuality.Deck shoes, either in leather or cloth, are good alternatives - smart enough for any eventuality.A newly constructed police encampment on the outskirts of the city underlines that the authorities are prepared for any eventuality.I must be ready for any eventuality.Again, separate life cover is required to pay off your loan in any eventuality.Many mums find it helps to think through every eventuality in advance.
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