Consequence and Fame


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Consequence noun – The quality or state of being important.
Usage example: a mistake that was of no great consequence

Fame and consequence are semantically related in importance topic. In some cases you can use "Fame" instead a noun "Consequence".
Nearby Words: consequential, consequent, consequently
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Fame noun – The fact or state of being known to the public.
Consequence and fame are semantically related in renown topic. Sometimes you can use "Consequence" instead a noun "Fame".
Nearby Words: famous, famed
Synonyms for Fame

How words are described

real real consequence real fame
great great consequence great fame
little little consequence little fame
bad bad consequence bad fame
Other adjectives: horrible, main, lasting, major, possible, minor, negative, further, resulting.
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