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  • n. Plural form of eventuation.


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  • My neighbor on the left offered to gossip with me on the latest evaluations and eventuations -- for such were her pleasing words -- in the department of knowledge dearest to her.

    Chimney-Pot Papers

  • Of these, and all the like of these, the eventuations I know not; but well I know that behind them, and whatever their eventuations, the vital things remain safe and certain, and all the needed work goes on.

    Collect ; from Complete Poetry and Collected Prose


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