As adverbs the difference between eventually and absolutely
is that eventually
is in the end while absolutely
is in an absolute or unconditional manner; utterly, positively, wholly.
As an interjection absolutely is
yes; certainly; expression indicating strong agreement.
In the end.
* 2004 , , Character: Profiles in Presidential Courage ,
(mathematics, of a sequence) For some tail.
- It had taken nine years from the evening that Truman first showed up with a pie plate at her mother's door, but his dogged perseverance eventually won him the hand of his boyhood Sunday school crush.
* at last
* in the end
* sooner or later
In an absolute or unconditional manner; utterly, positively, wholly.
Independently; viewed without relation to other things or factors.
(grammar) In a manner that does not take an object.
* Absolutely'' is not to be confused with intensives such as ''very'' or ''indeed , as it is an unconditional term.
Yes; certainly; expression indicating strong agreement.
* Some commentators, especially in England, criticise the interjectional use as having no useful meaning beyond that of yes;
[, page 3] however, this assumes that emphasis is useless, which, pragmatically speaking, it isn’t.