[kon-si-kwent-lee, -kwuh nt-]
- as a result, effect, or outcome; therefore: There has been a great deal of rain and consequently the reservoirs are full.
Origin of consequently
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Dynamo is a platform that gives Turkers a collective voice and, consequently, the chance to drive change.Amazon’s Turkers Kick Off the First Crowdsourced Labor Guild
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“Consequently, nearly everyone with much expertise but little patience will avoid editing Wikipedia,” Sanger lamented.
Consequently, there were soon scores of wiki sites as well as open-source improvements to his software.
Women are consequently more likely to subject themselves to unsafe abortions or continue pregnancies against their will.Time for U.S. to Support Abortion for Rape Victims in Other Countries
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Consequently, they actively sought other candidates, including a former member of Congress who served in the 1970s.Red Sweep? Maybe, but One Tea Party Incumbent Is in Trouble
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Addison has been less studied; and his likeness has consequently been less questioned.De Libris: Prose and Verse
That consequently I belong to Him, and should serve Him now and for ever.An Explanation of Luther's Small Catechism
This permits the travel, and consequently the degree of immersion, to be varied.
Hydrogen is the lightest and consequently the most buoyant of all known gases.Flying Machines
W.J. Jackman and Thos. H. Russell
My vote, interest, and influence, have consequently been all in his favour.Tales And Novels, Volume 3 (of 10)
- as a result or effect; therefore; hence
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