The regulation may naturally be regarded as consequent upon this fundamental law regarding the sabbath of the land.
And the deduction, consequent upon it, stared him in the face likewise.
consequent upon it he introduced certain important innovations.
This plan is consequent upon a resolve of December the 14th.
In short, this would be always sooner or later the consequent upon this muscular sensation.
It is a sense of delicacy, consequent upon some dread of wrong doing.
“Really,” said Katrine, who had recovered from her temporary confusion, consequent upon the abrupt discovery of her presence.
Will there be no money loss, no suffering, consequent upon this?
He stood with his heart still beating heavily, consequent upon the startling manner in which he had been awakened.
The beginning of Negro education in this county was consequent upon the migration of Negroes to the coal fields.
late 14c., in various senses now restricted to consequence, from Middle French conséquent "following, resulting," from Latin consequentem (nominative consequens); see consequence. Meaning "an event which follows another" is from 1610s. Mathematical sense is from 1560s. Related: Consequently.