- To proceed, spring or rise, as a consequence, from facts, arguments, premises, combination of circumstances, consultation, thought or endeavor.
- To come out, or have an issue; to terminate; to have consequences; -- followed by in; as, this measure will result in good or in evil.
- (law) To return to the proprietor (or heirs) after a reversion
NounResult (plural Results)
- That which results; the conclusion or end to which any course or condition of things leads, or which is obtained by any process or operation; consequence or effect; as, the result of a course of action; the result of a mathematical operation.
- The fruit, beneficial or tangible effect(s) achieved by effort
- (Can we verify(+) this sense?)</span> (law) The decision or determination of a court, council or deliberative assembly; a resolve; a decree.
Adjectives for Result
historical; admirable; indecisive; promising; exquisite; barren; declared; discouraging; magnificent; half-starving; pernicious; tangible; observed; ripe; immediate; ultimate; substantial; gratifying; disastrous; outstanding; intractable; astounding; brilliant; amazing; dazzling; astonishing; consistent; momentous; pertinent; involuntary; deducible; decorative; splendid; detrimental; creditable; bewildering; positive; triumphant; natural; unfailing; pecuniary; moral; estimated; salubrious; winning; direct; beneficial; effective; calculated; appreciable; proportional; invariable; tangible; vociferated; hilarious; multitudinous (pi); casual; primary; encouraging; unobserved; crowning; fatal; necessary; naked; tardy; advantageous; lasting; honest; am-brosian; excellent; revealing; satisfactory; successful; inevitable; unanticipated; quantitative; accomplishing; speculative; unbelievable; pitiful; conclusive; startling; remarkable; wonderful; abundant; extraordinary; profitable; therapeutic; agreeable notable; satisfactory; desirable; intelligible practical; confusing; fine; disappointing outward; sifted; unquestionable; scientific identical; valuable; accurate; infallible marvelous; capital; auspicious; typical; startling; memorable; obvious; competent; educative; sweeping; surprising; rapid; partial; ethereal; expectable; living; prosperous; extreme; salutary; established; fruitful; equivocal; riotous; happy; comic; deferred; important; verified; feverish; exhausting; logical; gradual; factitious; disheartening; contradictory; traceable; ludicrous; demoralizing; delightful; damaging; chastening; beneficent; valid; sentimental required; secondary; unreliable; compromising; unified; legitimate; stupendous; deplorable; fearful; net.
Verbs for Result
accept—; accomplish—; achieve—; antici¬pate—; assay—; attain—; cap—; challenge —; claim—; confirm—; decry—; discredit —; embody—; envisage—; evaluate—; falsify—; forecast—; garner—s; predict—; sum up—s; tally—s; trace—s; visualize—; yield—s; — accrue; — attend; —justify.
Adverbs for Result
fatally; invariably; inevitably; appreciably; ludicrously; damagingly; demoralizingly; legitimately; deplorably; astonishingly; proportionally; infallibly.
accomplishment, accrue from, aftereffect, aftermath, answer, arise, arise from, artifact, ascertainment, attend, be contingent on, be due to, become of, brainchild, bud from, by-product, child, clearing up, close, coinage, come about, come after, come from, come of, come out, come out of, come to pass, composition, conclude, conclusion, concoction, consequence, consequent, corollary, cracking, creation, creature, crowning achievement, culminate, decipherment, decoding, denouement, depend on, derivation, derivative, derive from, descend from, determination, develop, development, disentanglement, displace, distillate, distillation, effect, emanate, emanate from, emerge, emerge from, end, end product, end result, ensue, ensue from, essence, event, eventuality, eventuate, eventuation, evolve, explanation, extract, fall out, fare, finding, finding-out, finish, flow from, follow, follow after, follow from, follow up, follow-up, fruit, germinate from, go after, grow from, grow out of, handiwork, hang on, happen, harvest, hinge on, interpretation, invention, issue, issue from, legacy, logical outcome, manufacture, masterpiece, masterwork, mintage, new mintage, occur, offshoot, offspring, opera, opus, opuscule, originate in, origination, outcome, outgrowth, overtake, pan out, precipitate, proceed from, product, production, prove, prove to be, reason, replace, resolution, resolving, resultant, riddling, sequel, sequela, sequence, sequent, solution, solving, sorting out, spring from, sprout from, stem from, succeed, supervene, terminate, termination, track, trail, turn on, turn out, unfold, unraveling, unriddling, unscrambling, unspinning, untangling, untwisting, unweaving, upshot, work, work out, working, working-out
Recorded since 1432, Middle English from Medieval Latin resultare, in Classical Latin "to spring forward, rebound", the frequentative of the past participle of resilio (“to rebound”), from re- (“back”) + salio (“to jump, leap”)
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