eventually

Eventually vs Until - What's the difference?

eventually | until |


As an adverb eventually

is in the end.

As a preposition until is

up to the time of (something happening).

As a conjunction until is

up to the time that (a condition becomes true).

Merely vs Eventually - What's the difference?

merely | eventually |


As adverbs the difference between merely and eventually

is that merely is (obsolete) wholly, entirely while eventually is in the end.

Certainly vs Eventually - What's the difference?

certainly | eventually |


As adverbs the difference between certainly and eventually

is that certainly is in a way which is certain; with certainty while eventually is in the end.

Eventually vs Obviously - What's the difference?

eventually | obviously |


As adverbs the difference between eventually and obviously

is that eventually is in the end while obviously is in a obvious manner; clearly apparent.

Eventually vs Evidentially - What's the difference?

eventually | evidentially |


As adverbs the difference between eventually and evidentially

is that eventually is in the end while evidentially is in an evidential way; according to evidence.

Instantly vs Eventually - What's the difference?

instantly | eventually |


As adverbs the difference between instantly and eventually

is that instantly is (archaic) urgently; with insistence while eventually is in the end.

Eventually vs Absolutely - What's the difference?

eventually | absolutely |


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 .

Directly vs Eventually - What's the difference?

directly | eventually |


As adverbs the difference between directly and eventually

is that directly is in a direct manner; in a straight line or course while eventually is in the end.

As a conjunction directly

is as soon as.

Eventually vs Final - What's the difference?

eventually | final |


As an adverb eventually

is in the end.

As a noun final is

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