issue

[ ish-oo or, esp. British, is-yoo ]SEE DEFINITION OF issue

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He resolved to listen with good grace to any homilies that might issue.

Have you the least doubt about what must be the issue of this correspondence, if continued?

The issue was, however, disappointing to him in the extreme.

Still he tried to fix the issue on the known unsavory reputation of the woman.

Chicago Red grinned with cheerful acceptance of the issue in such an encounter.

Manlike, having raised the issue, K. would have given much to evade it.

What, then, does this important witness have to say, which bears upon the points at issue?

Knock at the door, whence the sable line of the funeral is next to issue!

But the issue of Kniggrtz startled Napoleon and set France in ferment.

From that moment, helmless though he was, the issue lay in doubt no longer.

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