corollary

[ kawr-uh-ler-ee, kor-; especially British, kuh-rol-uh-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF corollary

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COROLLARY

He could turn back; he must turn back; and as a corollary the Leopard Woman must turn back with him!

I waited for the corollary, “and been loved in return,” but it did not come.

The corollary is equally true: in order to eat it is necessary to pay.

The love of liberty is the corollary of the right of consent to government.

"The Doss-house" is at most the corollary of this revolution.

We have here a corollary of the theory of evolution in its application to human life.

The corollary is that, in the course of a few years, there will be no Chinese in the Philippines.

He added by way of corollary, "You should send to London for a detective."

For she had forgotten that a proposition is generally provided with a corollary.

The Captain acceded to my postulate, and accepted my friend as a corollary.

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