Definition for CON-SE-QUEN'TIAL-LY


  1. With just deduction of consequences; with right connection of ideas. – Addison.
  2. By consequence; not immediately; eventually. – South.
  3. In a regular series; in the order of cause and effect. – Addison.
  4. With assumed importance; with conceit. Campbell.

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