consequently

[kon-si-kwent-lee, -kwuhnt-]
adverb
as a result, effect, or outcome; therefore: There has been a great deal of rain and consequently the reservoirs are full.

Origin:
1375–1425; late Middle English; see consequent, -ly


See therefore.
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consequently (ˈkɒnsɪkwəntlɪ)
 
adv, —sentence connector
as a result or effect; therefore; hence

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Example sentences
Consequently, surface waters have become less acidic and fragile ecosystems are
  beginning to recover.
Consequently, few of his paintings exist and his talents are less known.
Consequently, they have more to lose by choosing not to reproduce.
Consequently the questions, especially in the math sections, were far easier
  than in more up to date tests.
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