consequently[ kon-si-kwent-lee, -kwuh nt- ]SEE DEFINITION OF consequently
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONSEQUENTLY
Addison has been less studied; and his likeness has consequently been less questioned.
That consequently I belong to Him, and should serve Him now and for ever.
This permits the travel, and consequently the degree of immersion, to be varied.
Hydrogen is the lightest and consequently the most buoyant of all known gases.
My vote, interest, and influence, have consequently been all in his favour.
She had now been three years a widow, and was consequently at the age of twenty-seven.
The loyalist cannot do this, and consequently must sell a little dearer.
Consequently most members of the Set were cross or hungry, or both.
Consequently, neither in the one case nor in the other, are we ever conscious of any power.
Consequently, I presume he introduced it as daily life—his own and the life of his friends.