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Definition of Result

  • 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.
  • To proceed, spring, or rise, as a consequence, from facts, arguments, premises, combination of circumstances, consultation, thought, or endeavor.
  • 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 decision or determination of a council or deliberative assembly; a resolve; a decree.
  • the semantic role of the noun phrase whose referent exists only by virtue of the activity denoted by the verb in the clause
  • a statement that solves a problem or explains how to solve the problem
  • something that results
  • a phenomenon that follows and is caused by some previous phenomenon
  • come about or follow as a consequence
  • issue or terminate (in a specified way, state, etc.); end
  • produce as a result or residue

How to use result in a sentence. Result pronunciation.

Terms poor _Bramble_ thought; but yet considering his Circumstances, he judg'd 'twas better to comply than go to Goal, which wou'd be the Result of being had before a Justice.
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Exasperated by the result of his indiscretion, and resenting, as all men do, the undignified necessity of defending himself, he flew into a rage.
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Cobb gave a description of the fire, and his hearers marvelled that the results were no worse.
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Now every one knows that one of the indirect advantages that result from the acquisition of a strange tongue is the immediate gain in the extent of view.
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Perhaps if the membership were exclusively composed of women, positive results would show.
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One of the most terrible results of the publication of Artsybashev's novel "Sanin"-where the hero's theory of life is simply to enjoy it, and where the Christian system of morals is ridiculed-was the organisation, in various high schools, among the boys and girls, of societies zum ungehinderten Geschechtsgenuss.
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The immediate result of all this suffering as set forth in the lives and in the books of the great Russians, is Sympathy-pity and sympathy for Humanity.
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Dostoevski's last work, "The Karamazov Brothers," was the result of ten years' reflection, study, and labour, and he died without completing it.
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The result is wholesale tragedy.
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Every case has been one of real prayer, and the results that have come, came only in answer to the prayer of faith, and were not possible to obtain without it.
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Laws, indeed, are fixed in their operation and results as subserving the highest good in the training and the disciplining of the race, giving them hope in their labor and sure expectation of fruit from their toil.
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This, and it is the purpose of God, is the result secured by prayer.
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This was Paul's experience when he went thus to God about the thorn, and came away without the specific relief he had prayed for, but with such a blessing as a result of his drawing near to God, that he little cared whether the thorn remained or not-or, rather, rejoiced that it was not removed; that it might be used to keep him near to God, whose love so filled his soul.
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It must result in _presumptions_ faith, if obedience is neglected, and the results only promised to obedience are expected.
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The _rule_ of Christ in his earthly ministry was, most certainly, to receive the supply of his physical wants from His Heavenly Father, in the use of means to secure the results offered in the ordinary operation of the laws of God.
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They knew that faith obediently accepts God's commands and promises, expects to comply with the conditions of those commands and promises, and, so complying, expects to receive the results of such obedience at such times and in such ways as God appoints; all of which truths they found, and all of which may be found in the Holy Scriptures.
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She planned to take electric treatment, though not very hopeful about the result.
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If God is as near to people as that, I don't want it; it seems as if it had come directly from his Almighty hand_." The result was the conversion of both the storekeeper and creditor, to whom the incident came as the undoubted evidence of God's presence among them.
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I first determined to pay a part; but, as no letter could be sent out that day, I awaited the results of the day following.
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A request was published by the _Illustrated Christian Weekly,_ asking that all who could report positive facts as direct results of prayer, and thus, tend to show that _"God does answer prayer,"_ should communicate them.
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Examples of Result

Example #1
The Bonds being made and Seal'd, he fetches him the Ring, which he, (with begging of her Pardon,) presents the Goldsmith's Wife, and desires her to accept of it for the affront he so unworthily had put upon her.
Example #2
And then, after a Bottle of Wine at parting, they let him go; restoring him his Cloaths and all things again.
Example #3
Yes, it _was_ true, and what next?
Example #4
Mumford would gladly have got out of this scrape at any expense of mendacity, but he saw at once how useless such an attempt would prove.
Example #5
They learned that Louise was not dangerously injured; her recovery would be merely a matter of time and care.
Example #6
The doctor came out, on his way to fetch certain requirements, and the two men walked with him to his house in the next road.