Consequence and Mark

Consequence

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

Mark is a synonym for consequence in importance topic. In some cases you can use "Mark" instead a noun "Consequence", when it comes to topics like effect.

Mark

Mark noun - The power to bring about a result on another.
Usage example: a person of some mark in the field of evolutionary biology

Consequence is a synonym for mark in importance topic. Sometimes you can use "Consequence" instead a noun "Mark", if it concerns topics such as effect, influence.

Nearby Words: marked, marker, marking, marksman, markup

How words are described

particular particular consequence particular mark
common common consequence common mark
single single consequence single mark
obvious obvious consequence obvious mark
Other adjectives: nasty, small, real, huge, little, bad, potential, important, moral, ultimate, lasting, implied.

Both words in one sentence

  • Literature / The Shattered Kingdoms Mark of the Supernatural: Meiran/Lahlil's mismatched eyes are a consequence of her illness, which originates from having been "blessed" by both Nomas deities instead of the usual one.
  • Film / Possession Beard of Sorrow: Mark grows one after spending three weeks in a hotel room as a consequence of having been just left by Anna.
  • Video Game / The Evil Within The Torn Letter for Consequence, from Ruvik, indicates a "man from Mobius" once tried to connect himself to STEM and got that weird mark burned on him.
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