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Apodosis vs. Consequential

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Apodosisnoun

The consequential clause in a conditional sentence.

‘In "I will be coming if this weather holds up", "I will be coming" is the apodosis.’;

Consequentialadjective

Following as a result.

Apodosisnoun

The consequent clause or conclusion in a conditional sentence, expressing the result, and thus distinguished from the protasis or clause which expresses a condition. Thus, in the sentence, "Though he slay me, yet will I trust in him," the former clause is the protasis, and the latter the apodosis.

Consequentialadjective

Having significant consequences; of importance.

Consequentialadjective

Important or significant.

Consequentialadjective

(of a person) Self-important.

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Consequentialadjective

Following as a consequence, result, or logical inference; consequent.

‘All that is revealed in Scripture has a consequential necessity of being believed . . . because it is of divine authority.’; ‘These kind of arguments . . . are highly consequential and concludent to my purpose.’;

Consequentialadjective

Assuming or exhibiting an air of consequence; pretending to importance; pompous; self-important; as, a consequential man. See Consequence, n., 4.

‘His stately and consequential pace.’;

Consequentialadjective

having important issues or results;

‘the year's only really consequential legislation’; ‘an eventful decision’;

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