consequently

All Adverb
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  • Consequently, the legislators often hold a full-time job in their community of residence.
  • Consequently, their essence can be sought only through understanding said history.
  • Consequently, a successful meme may or may not need to provide any benefit to its host.
  • Consequently, modern special relativity is now sometimes described as only a "local theory".
  • Virtue and vice are set down as things in our power, for which, consequently, we are responsible.
  • Consequently, more US government funding is being provided for adult stem cell research.
  • This approach was still too far from being able to make a spaceflight and was consequently dropped.
  • Consequently, special software and techniques have been developed to better simulate these specific elements.
  • The poor consequently must live much worse, and many of them be reduced to severe distress.
  • One Nation consequently won no seats in that election.
  • Consequently, a growing fraction of scientific code is also written in these languages.
  • Consequently traffic and air pollution problems have become more severe and receive regular criticism in local media.
  • He produced no children, however, and consequently had no direct heirs.
  • Consequently, not all soil water is available to plants.
  • Consequently it has never been released in its entirety on home video in the United States.
  • Consequently, commissions began to fall off, and his income fell by about three quarters.
  • Consequently, the lands in Texas owned by the federal government are those which were subsequently purchased by it.
  • Consequently very little research has been published regarding this dialect.
  • Consequently, over the course of the war, conflict grew between the Home Army and Soviet forces.
  • The small village area of the island is approximately two feet above sea level and consequently escaped the effects of the flood.
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Meaning of consequently

  • adverb (sentence connectors) because of the reason given
    consequently, he didn't do it, continued to have severe headaches and accordingly returned to the doctor
  • adverb As a consequence
    he had good reason to be grateful for the opportunities which they had made available to him and which consequently led to the good position he now held