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adjective as in significant

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“William & Mary continues to be dedicated to telling a fuller, more consequential account of our history,” Whitson wrote.

In case you were distracted by more consequential matters, the window for prospective entries in Chicago opened on January 12 and the race is slated for October 10.

These digital inequities predate the pandemic but have become more consequential at a time when Americans have little choice but to stay home.

The coronavirus has led many to reassess the risks and sacrifices that come with the job, and how consequential health care will be in a post-pandemic world.

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They will know the most consequential choice of his professional career erred on the side of medicine.

The most consequential single task before the Abadi government in coming weeks is the choice of Interior Minister.

The second seems as consequential for the next election as JFK running on not being Truman.

But those literary skills were immensely consequential to the ultimate shape of his legendary career.

He wrote consequential articles and books and would have written many more.

You know, troubled and certainly having a different kind of wiring that lends itself to conscience and consequential behavior.

Sir Lionel at once puffs out a little, as though feeling consequential.

"I'll have you to know, sir, that I am fully entitled to act as I am doing," he said with a consequential air.

"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.

He does not plant himself in the midst of his company, neither does he assume the consequential manners of a dictator.


On this page you'll find 56 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to consequential, such as: far-reaching, meaningful, momentous, substantial, weighty, and big.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.