These measures were consequent on the investment of Bayonne.
Charles had a racking headache, consequent on motoring before food.
In (a) the antecedent must be affirmed, in (b) the consequent must be denied; otherwise the arguments become fallacious.
This causes expansion and consequent distortion and buckling.
A bid for popularity, for notoriety: with its consequent financial kudos.
This batting of the leader and consequent slacking of the line worried Dan, as it did me.
The financial problem was to provide for the new purchase and its consequent expenditure without imposing new taxes.
That, with all its consequent troubles forme, was what he did mean.
The ceremony of dubbing a knight, and the consequent embrace formerly customary on the occasion.
All this time the wind, and the consequent motion of the steamer, increased.
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.