consequence definition

  • noun:
    • a thing that logically or obviously employs from an action or condition. See Synonyms at effect.
    • The connection of an outcome to its cause.
    • A logical summary or inference.
    • Importance in ranking or position: experts of outcome.
    • value; importance: an issue of consequence. See Synonyms at value.
    • That which uses some thing upon which this will depend; that which is generated by an underlying cause.
    • due to activities.
    • A proposition collected from contract of various other earlier propositions; any summary which results from explanation or argument; inference.
    • Chain of reasons and results; consecution.
    • value regarding exactly what uses.
    • the energy to influence or produce a result.
    • significance, value, or influence
    • what follows one thing where it depends; what is generated by a reason; an outcome.
    • A proposition built-up from the agreement of other earlier propositions; any conclusion which results from reason or argument; inference.
    • Chain of causes and impacts; consecution.
    • Significance with regards to just what uses; capacity to influence or create an effect; worth; moment; ranking; distinction.
    • Connection of cause and effect, or of antecedent and consequent; consecution.
    • That which follows from or develops from any act, cause, proceeding, or variety of actions; an event or impact from some preceeding impact, action, act, or cause; a consequent; an effect.
    • the final outcome of a syllogism.
    • A consequent inference; deduction; specifically, in logic, a type of inference or aspect under which any inference is regarded, having but one premise, the antecedent, and one summary, the consequent, the concept based on which the consequent follows from antecedent becoming, such as the whole inference, termed the effect.
    • Significance; moment; importance: put on things: since, this is a matter of consequence, or of some, little, great, or no consequence.
    • Importance; influence; distinction; note: applied to persons: as, a man of consequence.
    • plural a game title where one player writes down an adjective, the 2nd title of a person, the third an adjective, the fourth title of a lady, the fifth just what he said, the 6th what she said, the seventh the outcome, etc., etc., no-one witnessing just what the others wrote. Most likely have written, the report is look over.
    • Synonyms outcome, Issue, etc. See effect.
    • In astronomy, movement from an earlier to a later astrological sign, or from west to east; direct movement.
    • a phenomenon that employs and it is due to some earlier sensation
    • the end result of a conference specially as relative to someone
    • having essential results or impact
  • idiom:
    • in effect because of this; consequently.
  • verb:
    • To jeopardize or discipline (a kid, etc.) with particular effects for misbehaviour.
  • others:
    • to-draw inferences; type deductions.

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