[ adjective ] following as an effect or result
"the period of tension and consequent need for military preparedness" "the ensuant response to his appeal" "the resultant savings were considerable" "the health of the plants and the resulting flowers"
Used in print(The Christian Science Monitor,...)
All_of the releases , however , are recorded at a gratifyingly high level , with resultant masking of any surface_noise .(Cornell H. Mayer, "Radio Emission of the Moon...)
Very recently , observations have been made at 8 - mm wave_length with a reflector 22 meters in diameter with a resultant beam width of only about 2 ' ( Amenitskii , Noskova , and Salomonovich , 1960 ) .(Francis J. Johnston and John E. Willard, "The...)
The silver_chloride was fused under vacuum in the presence of aluminum chips with the resultant product of * * f which was sublimed into a flask on the vacuum line .(J. F. Vedder, "Micrometeorites", in Francis S. J...)
Further , the corpuscular_radiation , i.e. , the solar_wind protons , must sputter away the surface atoms of the dust and cause a slow diminution in size , with a resultant increase in both the Poynting-Robertson effect and the ratio of the repulsive_force to the gravitational_force .