verb (used without object), e·ven·tu·at·ed, e·ven·tu·at·ing.
Origin of eventuate
Related Words for eventuateend, terminate, stop, ensue, befall, result, follow, happen, issue, occur
Examples from the Web for eventuate
Historical Examples of eventuate
How frantic, as if all things were about to eventuate, remembering not that nothing ends.The Spenders
Harry Leon Wilson
We do not say in English that things seem, or appear, or eventuate, or even that they are; but that they do.Instigations
If the latter be true, why all this display, designed to eventuate in nothing?The Second War with England, Vol. 1 of 2
J. T. Headley.
It cannot eventuate on a large scale, and it should not if it could.Health Work in the Public Schools
Leonard P. Ayres and May Ayres
Obviously the repetition of the past can only eventuate in the repetition of the present.
1789, from Latin eventus, past participle of eventire (see event).