an outcome coming at the end of a process, as compared to consequence during the process
When an exile lasts little more than a four-day weekend, the end result is even blurrier than its catalyst.
Rebecca wanted to be an ophthalmology technician because “she enjoyed correcting visions and the end result.”
The end result, advocates say, is not just more competent and self-aware children, but a more peaceful world.
The end result just might be an upsurge in anti-American sentiment.
The end result, of course, is a stronger Hamas and, at best, a "three-state solution."
I haven't found that working at a specific test all day long accomplishes the end result.
Are you not really interested in the end result and not the means?
The end result must mean abnormal pressure and bruising of the sensitive structures in that particular region.
The end result is similar in both cases, but the methods of warfare differ.
I believe that so long as the end result is achieved, the methodology was scientific for that individual's needs.