The study of history, even in the elementary school, should eventuate in loyal, efficient citizenship.
We do not say in English that things seem, or appear, or eventuate, or even that they are; but that they do.
How frantic, as if all things were about to eventuate, remembering not that nothing ends.
Obviously the repetition of the past can only eventuate in the repetition of the present.
There are only a certain number of situations that can eventuate and they are quite capable of tabulation.
It may eventuate in a Quimby as naturally as the poetic faculty eventuates in a Kipling.
The little unforeseen something that was always popping into the plans of crooks might eventuate.
A mistake at this time may eventuate in permanent results which will render the mother an invalid for all the rest of her life.
You will also probably remember that I said, if the scheme should eventuate I should want you to take a hand in it.
They look upon it as a fatality which is certain to eventuate, no matter what steps may be taken.