consequence

(redirected from consequently)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia.

consequence

(kŏn′sē-kwĕns)
1. Any result, conclusion, or effect.
2. In psychology, the end result of a behavior, which may be positive, negative, or neutral.
References in periodicals archive ?
Consequently, you will have no standing and no rights to any property owned by your partner.
Consequently, "I wish to call on all Christians to collaborate cordially and courageously with all people of good will who are serving the family in accordance with their responsibility" (Familiaris consortio, 86), so that by joining forces in a legitimate plurality of initiatives they will contribute to the promotion of the authentic good of the family in contemporary society.
Consequently, there are no teachers, classes, or swim tests at Green River, only mentors (naturalists), activities, and a swim festival.
Consequently, if one member of a consolidated group is involved in a CERT, the rules under Sec.
Consequently, commercial property value growth is now greater than residential value growth.
Strategic reorientation, consequently, is not simply a question of establishing new processes or programs, but one of leading and motivating people toward a new vision and objectives.
Consequently, the FAR and DFARS requirements do not apply.
Consequently, salamanders exposed to [greater than or equal to] 4 ppb of atrazine had significantly lower survival than did control animals 14 months postexposure.
Consequently, a low-abrasion toothpaste that will effectively, yet gently, remove plaque, stain and tartar should be chosen.
Consequently, Takeda Pharmaceutical made a proposal to terminate the contract and Meiji Dairies agreed.
Under the arrangement, 98% of Castle Harbour's operating income was allocated to the Dutch banks; consequently, the same percentage of net book income (operating income reduced by expenses including an allocable amount of depreciation) was allocated to the banks, representing their actual income from the Castle Harbour investment.