out-come

outcome

[out-kuhm]
noun
1.
a final product or end result; consequence; issue.
2.
a conclusion reached through a process of logical thinking.

Origin:
1175–1225; Middle English utcume. See out-, come


1, 2. See end1.
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outcome (ˈaʊtˌkʌm)
 
n
something that follows from an action, dispute, situation, etc; result; consequence

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outcome
1788, "that which results from something," originally Scottish, from out + come (v.). Popularized in Eng. by Carlyle (c.1830s). Used in M.E. in sense of "the act or fact of coming out."
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