consequentially

All Adverb
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  • Consequentially, some of the schools were forced to close shortly after opening.
  • Consequentially, it became a central focus of the series, and was carried through each subsequent season.
  • Consequentially, it became a central focus of the series since its third season, and was carried through each subsequent season.
  • Consequentially, he was moved to the middle order, where he rediscovered his form.
  • The Holyoakes ran a small general store and consequentially moved around the country often.
  • In doing so he injured his toe and was consequentially ruled out for the next four weeks.
  • Consequentially many of his first studies included farm landscapes and workers.
  • Consequentially, these women are left landless and without the protection land offers.
  • The more involved someone is to a religion, city or group, the more importance and consequentially is reported for an event.
  • Consequentially, many will undergo some form of pain treatment and adjust to their new lives as best they can.
  • Total capacity will be cut, but consequentially load factors will increase.
  • When he gets into a fight in school he's expelled, consequentially he's thrown out from his house.
  • The first choice was already in use elsewhere, so Rivals became the official post office name, and consequentially the community name.
  • Consequentially, the younger Conrad was hired as part of the replaced main cast.
  • He was dressed in a white frieze coat, and had a small hat on his head set rather consequentially on one side. Cited from Wild Wales by George Borrow
  • Consequentially the national side, nicknamed the Dragons, have often been a very strong force in the international game.
  • Consequentially it was an important market town and one that most Qashqai were familiar with.
  • Consequentially, the program was revamped to showcase an entirely new group of current students.
  • It was clear now that Anderson had now not only lost all his form and rhythm, but consequentially all his confidence as well.
  • Vagrants occupied several of the historic buildings, some of which were consequentially destroyed by fires.
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Meaning of consequentially

  • adverb Having consequence