consequential

[ kon-si-kwen-shuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF consequential
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In the midst of all this Lantier put on the most consequential airs.

But also at Hurstley now are found its consequential blessings.

“But I know he would,” cried Bob, who spoke in the most consequential manner.

Events, are consequential or inconsequential irrespective of their size.

"Yes, yes, my dear sir," said Collins with consequential urbanity.

"Well, why don't you come when I call," said Mick with a consequential air.

These she deposited on the slope in front of the house with consequential air.

Like most savage races the Indians were vain and consequential.

The science must be an outgrowth, a consequential development of the sentiment.

Like most men who have been the architects of their own fortunes, he was vain and consequential.

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