by and by, to cap the climax, in due time, eventually, as a conclusion, presently, lastly, in after days, at the close, in the sequel, time, conclusively, at long last, start, in the long run, sequentially, climactically, sooner or later, in conclusion, in the final analysis, in the end, at last, in the last analysis, in consummation, after a while, last, after all, finally
perfectly (part of speech: adverb)
- The disease which was ultimately to strike him down had already made its preliminary attack. - "The Complete Essays of C. D. Warner", Charles Dudley Warner.
- Ultimately, he was thrust into some sort of a vehicle, which set him down at the hotel door. - "Will Warburton", George Gissing.
- If, in our case, the representative system ultimately fail, popular governments must be pronounced impossible. - "Select Speeches of Daniel Webster", Daniel Webster.