- following as an effect, result, or outcome; resultant; consequent.
- following as a logical conclusion or inference; logically consistent.
- of consequence or importance: a consequential man in his field.
- self-important; pompous.
Origin of consequential
Examples from the Web for consequentially
Contemporary Examples of consequentially
It's safe to assume AIPAC is on board and, perhaps most consequentially, Netanyahu too.Senate Dims Green-Light For Israeli Attack
April 17, 2013
Historical Examples of consequentially
Consequentially they ain't got much time left to love you in.Fair Harbor
Joseph Crosby Lincoln
“Not like London thieves,” said Sydney, consequentially, as if he knew all about London thieves.Deerbrook
“Our family is much older than that,” chimed in the Dodo, consequentially.Dick, Marjorie and Fidge
G. E. Farrow
"By desire of his Majesty," said the jailer, consequentially.Jack Sheppard, Vol. III (of III)
W. Harrison Ainsworth
"I have a consultation presently," he said, consequentially.Old People and the Things That Pass
- important or significant
- self-important; conceited
- following as a consequence; resultant, esp indirectlyconsequential loss