The resultant interview is the longest he has ever granted to any publication.
Could modern human DNA contamination affect the resultant radiocarbon date?
Muehl was of course the authority figure, with all resultant perks.
Tomorrow, their labor pool will hugely expand, with resultant downward pressure on wages.
The resultant pop culture is as morbid and contagious as the epidemics they depict.
The actions of all men are the resultant of these two forces of feeling and reason.
The two men tensed against the resultant shock and were silent for a time.
This was the case when the resultant galvanometer deflection was reduced to zero.
The school age, a resultant of the first three, is a record of progress in school.
Long hours or unsanitary surroundings meant spoiled material and broken-down machinery and resultant delay.
early 15c., from French résultant and directly from Medieval Latin resultantem (nominative resultans), present participle of resultare (see result (v.)).
1630s, from resultant (adj.) and from Medieval Latin resultantem (nominative resultans), present participle of resultare (see result (v.)).