consequently consequently  /ˈkɑn sə kwənt li/

Definition(s):

  1. (adv) (sentence connectors) because of the reason given
  2. (adv) as a consequence

Synonym(s)

News

  1. Greenwich officials working out festival agreement

    Police, firefighters at odds over charge. There will be no charge for the softball tournaments at this year's firemen's festival and, consequently, no payouts either.
    on June 16, 2013     Source: Norwalk Reflector

  2. Viewpoints: Citizens deserve to know the truth about torture

    We who live in this country have long clung to the idea that transparency in government is the key to the success of democracy. Unfortunately, in recent decades, government has become more secretive and less forthcoming with information that would allow U.S. citizens to make reasonable decisions on a variety of issues. Consequently, it seems that this country only pays lip service to the idea ...
    on June 14, 2013     Source: The Sacramento Bee

  3. Automakers Push Back Against Consumer Protections

    Some automakers are having car buyers sign agreements to use arbitration to resolve disputes. Consequently, the automakers say, consumers may not use class-actions or lemon laws to get restitution. Instead, consumer must use binding arbitration.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: New York Times

Quotes

  1. "I only enter events to win, and I didn't get it done," said Woods, a four-time Masters champion who added he doesn't know when he'll play again. "I didn't hit the ball good enough and I made too many mistakes around the greens. Consequently,...
    on Apr 11, 2010 By: Tiger Wood Source: USA Today

  2. "In general," Bernanke said, "healthy economic growth depends on well- functioning financial markets. Consequently, helping the financial markets to return to more normal functioning will continue to be a top priority of the Federal Reserve."
    on Jul 15, 2008 By: Ben Bernanke Source: CNNMoney.com

  3. "The present insolvency of the Stanford Companies was caused by the SEC's heavy-handed actions, which have destroyed, and continue to destroy, much of the value of the Stanford Companies and consequently, the interests of investors," DeGuerin said.
    on Jun 19, 2009 By: Dick DeGuerin Source: Austin American-Statesman

Word of the Day
recondite recondite
/ˈrɛ kən ˌdaɪt /