Logic the final outcome, as of a syllogism or a conditional phrase.
The second term of a ratio.
The second 50 % of a hypothetical proposition; Q, in the event that type of the idea is "If P, then Q."
a conference which employs another.
the 2nd term of a ratio, for example. the term b when you look at the proportion a:b, another becoming the antecedent.
whatever employs, or outcomes from, an underlying cause; an effect or natural effect.
what employs from propositions by logical deduction; what is deduced from reasoning or argumentation; a conclusion, or inference.
The second term of a ratio, as term b inside proportion a:b, the first a, becoming the antecedent.
Effect or result; whatever proceeds from an underlying cause; outcome.
In reasoning: That member of a hypothetical idea containing the final outcome. See antecedent. The final outcome of a consequence, or necessary inference conceived as composed of an antecedent (or premise) and a consequent (or conclusion), and as governed by a result (or principle of consecution).
After as an effect or result, or as a necessary inference; having a relation of sequence: with upon, or seldom to: as, the war plus the consequent impoverishment; the impoverishment consequent regarding the war.
Following with time; subsequent.
described as correctness of inference or connectedness of reasoning; logical: as, a consequent activity.
In physical geography, resulting straight from original conditions; having a course determined by the shape or slope of an initial land-surface: because, a consequent divide, consequent drainage, a consequent lake, a consequent area, etc. compared with insequent, 2, obsequent, 2, antecedent, 2.