Consequence and Reputation


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

Reputation and consequence are semantically related. in importance topic. In some cases you can use "Reputation" instead a noun "Consequence".
Nearby Words: consequential, consequent, consequently
Synonyms for Consequence


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Reputation noun – Overall quality as seen or judged by people in general.
Consequence and reputation are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Consequence" instead a noun "Reputation".
Nearby Words: reputable, repute, reputed, reputing
Synonyms for Reputation

How words are described

particular particular consequence particular reputation
nasty nasty consequence nasty reputation
extreme extreme consequence extreme reputation
great great consequence great reputation
Other adjectives: unfortunate, bad, horrible, dark, personal, negative, worst, worse.

Both words in one sentence

  • Consequence: several reputation checks become literally impossible to pass without save hacking.
  • Characters / Nazi Germany His reputation as a general was probably inflated as a consequence of the trope America Won World War II, however, as he was the most famous German general to consistently fight the non-Soviet Allied troops.
  • Never mind his insufficient evidence and overall reputation, his prediction came true in 2013 when the US government did shut down, with the most notable consequence being the shutdown of national parks.
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