Eventual and Subsequent

Eventual

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Eventual adjective – Expected to follow in the indefinite future from causes already operating.
Subsequent and eventual are semantically related. in resulting topic. In some cases you can use "Subsequent" instead an adjective "Eventual".
Nearby Words: event, eventuate, eventuality, eventually
Synonyms for Eventual

Subsequent

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Subsequent adjective – Being, occurring, or carried out at a time after something else.
Usage example: I'll do the first problem as an example, but all subsequent efforts must be done on your own

Eventual and subsequent are semantically related. You can use "Eventual" instead an adjective "Subsequent".
Nearby Words: subsequently, subsequence
Synonyms for Subsequent

Things that words describes

execution eventual execution subsequent execution
appearance eventual appearance subsequent appearance
turn eventual turn subsequent turn
show eventual show subsequent show
Other nouns: return, death, murder, destruction, development, rise, transformation, fight, battle, loss, escape, release, fall, collapse, invasion, war, Resurrection, suicide, deaths.

Both words in one sentence

  • Manga / Kagerou-Nostalgia Walking Spoiler: Everything about Goki, from the fact that he's on Gessho's payroll, to his eventual defection and subsequent betrayal of the heroes, is spoiler worthy.
  • Manga / Kodomo no Omocha The anime staff adapted the rest of the subsequent events of the reveal that Akito and Fuuka are dating and their eventual break-up, but they also added episodes unrelated to the manga that, instead, offered some closure to some unresolved plots in the anime's story.
  • Music / Ace of Base The wane of success coincided with the gradual self-disengagement of the perceived face of the band, Malin, leading to her eventual exit in 2007 and the subsequent exit of Jenny in 2009.
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