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corollary

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of corollary

  1. 1 a condition or occurrence traceable to a cause <one corollary of the rise of television was a massive makeover of radio's programming> Synonyms aftereffect, aftermath, backwash, child, conclusion, consequence, effect, development, fate, fruit, issue, outcome, outgrowth, precipitate, product, result, resultant, sequel, sequence, upshotRelated Words ramification; denouement (also dénouement), echo, implication, repercussion; afterclap, afterglow, aftershock; blowback, by-product, fallout, offshoot, ripple, side effect (also side reaction), spin-offNear Antonyms consideration, determinant, factor; base, basis, foundation, ground, groundwork; impetus, incentive, inspiration, instigation, stimulus; mother, origin, root, source, springAntonyms antecedent, causation, cause, occasion, reason

  2. 2 something that is found along with something else <increased taxes—or expanding deficits—are the inevitable corollary to any new government spending program> Synonyms attendant, companion, concomitant, accompaniment, incident, obbligatoRelated Words accessory (also accessary), adjunct, appendage; complement, supplement; counterpart, fellow, mate; consequence, follow-up; fixings, trimmings





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