Result and Source


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Result noun – A condition or occurrence traceable to a cause.
Usage example: the frequent computer crashes are an unexpected result of the new security software we installed

Source is an antonym for result in topics: consequence, effect brought about by something.
Nearby Words: resultant, resulting, resulted
Antonyms for Result


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Source noun – A point or place at which something is invented or provided.
Result is an antonym for source in beginning topic.
Antonyms for Source
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How words are described

good good result good source
best best result best source
better better result better source
common common result common source
Other adjectives: natural, specific, original, true, likely, actual, real, big, potential, main, ultimate, new, major, frequent, possible, unexpected, official, occasional, different, magical.

Both words in one sentence

  • Compare to Damsel in Distress but with a case of Faux Action Girl; which often serves as both the source and result of this trope.
  • Evil Cannot Comprehend Good As a result, he mistook his relationships with Reina and Yuria for ambition (Reina as a comrade in his ambition, Yuria as the source/prize of his ambition) instead of could-have-been-love.
  • Villainous Glutton In some cases, some sort of powers may be the source of that bulk, too; alternately, the character may be muscular, but the drawing style will still usually result in a clearly "fat" look.
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