Thesaurus / upshot
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To their chagrin, to that of Feldmarschall Munnich and many others: the upshot of which will be visible before long.
HISTORY OF FRIEDRICH II. OF PRUSSIA, VOL. XI. (OF XXI.)THOMAS CARLYLE
However, the upshot of it all had been that Rafael simply discovered how weak he was.
THE TORRENTVICENTE BLASCO IBAEZ
The upshot was that, to Byron's inexpressible humiliation, in less than a year she left him, never to return.
Nobody in the town doubted that a duel between him and Nikoliev was inevitable—nay, they even began to bet about the upshot of it.
THE DUELA. I. KUPRIN
The upshot was that he gaed to the window an' stood glowrin' at Dule Water.
And the upshot of the affair is that the poor little boy must go without the usual allowance of Sunday pudding.
SAUNTERINGS IN AND ABOUT LONDONMAX SCHLESINGER
The upshot of it was that he had to suffer much delay in Orleansville, and was eventually fined one hundred pounds.
THE WORLD'S GREATEST BOOKS, VOL IIIARTHUR MEE AND J.A. HAMMERTON, EDS.
The upshot was that dissensions broke out within the academy.
INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGEWALTER J. CLARK
We set them down as pirates, and awaited the upshot with a considerable degree of uneasiness.
A WOMAN'S JOURNEY ROUND THE WORLDIDA PFEIFFER
This is obviously the upshot of ingenious plots on the part of irresponsible persons.
THE FIGHT FOR THE REPUBLIC IN CHINABERTRAM LENOX PUTNAM WEALE
WORDS RELATED TO UPSHOT
- can of worms
- chain reaction
- end product
- follow through
- side effect
- bottom line
- last word
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