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in consequence (of something)
as a result of something; because of something. In consequence of the storm, there was no electricity. The wind blew down the wires. In consequence, we had no electricity.
As a result, therefore, as in She was away for years and in consequence has few friends here. The prepositional phrase in consequence of means "as a result of," as in In consequence of this finding, there is sure to be further investigation. [Late 1600s]
in ˈconsequence (of something)(formal) as a result of something: The child was born deformed in consequence of an injury to its mother.
As a result; consequently.