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- adv. In a consequential manner; with consequence or significance.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. With just deduction of consequence; with right connection of ideas; logically.
- adv. By remote consequence; not immediately; eventually.
- adv. In a regular series; in the order of cause and effect; with logical concatenation; consecutively; continuously.
- adv. With assumed importance; pompously.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a connected series; in the order of cause and effect, or of antecedent and consequent.
- With correct deduction of consequences; with right connection of ideas; connectedly; coherently.
- In sequence or course of time; hence, not immediately; eventually.
- Consecutively: in due order and connection.
- With assumed importance; with conceit; pompously; pretentiously.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. having consequence
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An alcoholic and often abusive father, Paul was nevertheless idolized by John, and consequentially his death devastated John.
David Schwartz: Anonsters: There will be no mainstream scientific evidence showing these differences until and unless it is established that it is okay consequentially for the data to show these differences.
Anonsters: There will be no mainstream scientific evidence showing these differences until and unless it is established that it is okay consequentially for the data to show these differences.
With no source of income and consequentially no health insurance, the bills add up.
Their outdated hairstyles and mediocre voices had long been phased out in favor of fresher groups with comparable talent, and consequentially, proclaiming one's self as a fan now was nothing short of suicide.
The dangers of regulatory action that is poorly understood and consequentially significant are fresh in the minds of investors and citizens alike.
This reality is probably to a large extent a side effect of government control over the vast majority of high schools (obviously there is far more competition in higher education and consequentially we see students enjoy college much more).
Again, everyone, including libertarians, must ultimately agree that if something inflicts a serious enough harm (consequentially) or alternatively is wrong enough (deontologically), it must be forbidden.
Often it is because my opinion is subtly, but consequentially, different from some other opinion my friend had (rightly) considered abhorrent.
One striking indication is that Davos really embracing social media and consequentially opening up.