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noun as in consequence, effect

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I thought about it and thought about the outcomes of what doing this could be.

Direct funds away from practices, policies, and programs that consistently fail to achieve measurable outcomes.

Still, ISS correctly points out that Democrats get more votes down South than electoral outcomes suggest.

Sentences making such outcomes inevitable were once rare, but many inmates are serving them now.

But these dramatic increases in spending and teachers have not yielded a notable change in overall student outcomes.

It is conceivable that the art of agriculture may have been one of the outcomes of the situation in which man now found himself.

Outcomes of desire are also beginnings of new acts and hence are portentous.

Any animal or any species of animals which meets such a calamity has before it only three possible outcomes of the struggle.

One of the outcomes of Buck's appointment was a sudden and marked immigration into the affected territory.

Thought runs ahead and foresees outcomes, and thereby avoids having to await the instruction of actual failure and disaster.


On this page you'll find 23 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to outcomes, such as: reaction, result, issue, event, conclusion, and end.

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