Examples of upshot in a Sentence
the upshot of the court's ruling is that a number of communities will now have to change their gun laws
Recent Examples of upshot from the Web
The upshot was a screaming match on the telephone in which, as the film describes it, the president used all manner of expletives and McConnell—who rarely raises his voice—replied in kind.
The upshot was that firms gave data protection little attention and few resources.
The upshot would, like public schools, be a net fiscal transfer from those with below-average numbers of children to those with an above-average number.
The upshot is that some would-be buyers have been waiting for more than a year without a response.
The upshot is a good deal plottier, though, and the message less universal.
Anyhow, the upshot is: The people in charge of hiring the White House staff are an even bigger mess than the White House staff.
The upshot is that women alleging abuse may now have a harder time recovering damages.
The upshot: Many risks of disease transmission aboard airplanes remain largely unknown.
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First Known Use of upshot
matter of course;
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