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consequence
used in Candide

5 uses
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Definition
a result of something (often an undesired side effect)
  • Consequently they who assert that all is well have said a foolish thing, they should have said all is for the best.
    Chapter 1 (53% in)
  • He concluded that after the happiness of being born of Baron of Thunder-ten-Tronckh, the second degree of happiness was to be Miss Cunegonde, the third that of seeing her every day, and the fourth that of hearing Master Pangloss, the greatest philosopher of the whole province, and consequently of the whole world.
    Chapter 1 (65% in)
  • In consequence hereof, they had seized on a Biscayner, convicted of having married his godmother, and on two Portuguese, for rejecting the bacon which larded a chicken they were eating[7]; after dinner, they came and secured Dr. Pangloss, and his disciple Candide, the one for speaking his mind, the other for having listened with an air of approbation.
    Chapter 6 (22% in)
  • I told him all my adventures, and he made me acquainted with his; telling me that he had been sent to the Emperor of Morocco by a Christian power, to conclude a treaty with that prince, in consequence of which he was to be furnished with military stores and ships to help to demolish the commerce of other Christian Governments.
    Chapter 12 (20% in)
  • The consequences were terrible.
    Chapter 24 (41% in)

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