• (adj): Expected to follow in the indefinite future from causes already operating.
    Example: "Hope of eventual (or ultimate) rescue"; "if this trend continues it is not reasonable to expect the eventual collapse of the stock market"

Some articles on eventual:

Everything's Eventual (album)
... Everything's Eventual is the debut, and only, album by the duo Appleton who were formerly part of All Saints ... The album is named after the Stephen King short story collection Everything's Eventual, since Natalie Appleton is a great admirer of him ...
Everything's Eventual (short Story)
... "Everything's Eventual" is a novella written by Stephen King ... it was collected in King's collection Everything's Eventual ...
Civil Operations And Revolutionary Development Support - Evaluation of The Program
... Viet Cong to gain support from the rural population In light of the eventual outcome of the war, CORDS founder Komer attributes the eventual failure to “too little, too late” ... The most probable reason for the eventual failure of the CORDS efforts, however, was the low popularity of the South Vietnamese government and its high ...
Hong Moo-Won - Career
... At the world championships 2003 he lost to eventual winner Sergey Kazakov 1026, he did not participate in 2005 and 2007 ... At Athens he beat Harry Tanamor but lost to eventual winner Yan Barthelemi ... At Doha 2006 he also lost to the eventual winner Zou Shiming 917 ...
Manuel Fernandes (footballer Born 1986) - Club Career - Benfica
... He also made seven appearances in the season's UEFA Cup, in an eventual round-of-32 elimination at the hands of eventual winners PFC CSKA Moscow ... in a draw at Villarreal CF in the group stage, with Benfica again only being ousted by the eventual champions, in this case FC Barcelona in the quarterfinals ...

Famous quotes containing the word eventual:

    The eventual shapes of all our formless prayers,
    This dark, this cabin of loose imaginings,
    Wind, lake, lip, everything awaits
    The slow unloosening of her underthings.
    Anthony Hecht (b. 1923)