Event noun - A phenomenon that follows and is caused by some previous phenomenon.
Usage example: he acted very wise after the event
Outcome is a synonym for event in result topic. In some cases you can use "Outcome" instead a noun "Event", when it comes to topics like effect, cause. popular alternative
Outcome noun - A phenomenon that follows and is caused by some previous phenomenon.
How words are described
|rare||rare event||rare outcome|
|particular||particular event||particular outcome|
|similar||similar event||similar outcome|
|common||common event||common outcome|
|Other adjectives: specific, certain, future, original, single, likely, actual, entire, big, unfortunate, bad, horrible, disastrous, tragic, given, possible, final, unlikely.|
Both words in one sentence
- An unused set of dialogue for Grunt's loyalty mission suggests an alternate event or outcome in which Grunt actually considered taking up Uvenk's offer near the end, and Shepard could order Grunt not to.
Source: Dummied Out / Mass Effect
- Random Number God: Determines the outcome of almost every action and event for both characters and enemies.
Source: Roleplay / Einsteinian Roulette
- Alternate History - Where the author takes one point of time, one event in the universe and changes the outcome of it radically, such as an important decision, or who won an important fight, and continues from that point.
Source: Alternate Universe Fic
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