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  • Ultimately, only less than one-third made their way back to Europe.
  • The question of who then is ultimately responsible for evil points back towards God.
  • Parts of this were built, but it was ultimately never completed.
  • The group was ultimately not given a spot on the show.
  • Ultimately, it proved a financial success and was well received by both critics and the public.
  • They ultimately became a self-directed group, playing their own instruments and writing many of their own songs.
  • The thing that attracted the player was the chance that ultimately he would receive something for nothing.
  • Liberty will ultimately make all men rich; it will not make all men equally rich.
  • Ultimately, the results of these operations say more about the operation in question than about the empty set.
  • Although the project was ultimately abandoned, some elements were integrated into other projects.
  • He advanced to the English lines but ultimately fell back.
  • All three would ultimately become key players in bringing a championship to Cleveland.
  • These issues are ultimately decided by local lay leadership.
  • Doctors said he would never walk again, but he refused to give up, and ultimately succeeded.
  • While the case attracted a great deal of media attention, it was ultimately dismissed.
  • The attempt left him seriously ill but ultimately was not successful.
  • As king he has experienced everything and done everything, but nothing is ultimately reliable.
  • Ultimately, however, fans had to wait a decade before the series returned to television.
  • It is the capacity to choose that ultimately makes us human.
  • These wars ultimately changed the relationship between king and subjects.
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Meaning of ultimately

  • adverb As the end result of a succession or process
    ultimately he had to give in, at long last the winter was over