Corollary in a Sentence  πŸ”Š

Definition of Corollary

a natural consequence, or a result that naturally follows

Examples of Corollary in a sentence

Once the divorce was finalized, Jo had to deal with the corollary of depression and self-doubt that followed.  πŸ”Š

As a corollary of splitting the company into two separate parts that provided different services, many former customers canceled their subscriptions.  πŸ”Š

In this time of parents who work long hours on demanding jobs, the corollary is a generation of children who have been spoiled by material things.  πŸ”Š

Gabriel was delighted to find that being on the invitation lists for more parties was an unexpected corollary of his hobby as an amateur magician.  πŸ”Š

Because demand for the next great thing was an expected corollary of the advertising blitz, store shelves and stock rooms were filled with the new product.  πŸ”Š

The unfortunate corollary of the younger generation’s expertise with technology is a growing deficiency in traditional communication forms.  πŸ”Š

Although Eleanor had realized that her granddaughter might enjoy a trip to the ice skating rink when she was five, she never dreamed that the corollary would be a Gold Medal in the Olympics.  πŸ”Š

Alma found teaching a literacy class to inner city women especially satisfying because it led to the corollary of creating a desire to continue to broaden their education.  πŸ”Š

While the expected corollary of staying up all night was to ace the final exam, Cynthia found that she actually fell asleep halfway through and didn’t finish.  πŸ”Š

As incidents of violence increased around the city, we began to notice a natural corollary of suspicion and fear growing among the people.  πŸ”Š

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