Corollary

Corollary,

Definition of Corollary:

  1. Proposition that naturally follows, or is inferred from, a proved proposition and requires little or no additional proof.

  2. Forming a proposition that follows from one already proved.

  3. A proposition that follows from (and is often appended to) one already proved.

Synonyms of Corollary

Accession, Accessory, Accompaniment, Addenda, Addendum, Additament, Addition, Additive, Additory, Additum, Adjunct, Adjuvant, Aftereffect, Annex, Annexation, Appanage, Appendage, Appendant, Appurtenance, Appurtenant, Attachment, Attendant, Augment, Augmentation, By-product, Coda, Complement, Conclusion, Concomitant, Consequence, Consequent, Continuation, Deduction, Derivation, Derivative, Development, Distillate, Effect, End product, Event, Eventuality, Eventuation, Extension, Extrapolation, Fixture, Fruit, Harvest, Illation, Increase, Increment, Induction, Inference, Issue, Legacy, Logical outcome, Offshoot, Offspring, Outcome, Outgrowth, Pendant, Precipitate, Product, Reinforcement, Result, Resultant, Sequel, Sequela, Sequence, Sequent, Side effect, Side issue, Supplement, Tailpiece, Undergirding, Upshot

How to use Corollary in a sentence?

  1. The British journal New Theatre Quarterly has even run a series of articles discussing the theatricality of the uncertainty principle and corollary axioms.
  2. For these angles, the contradiction used to prove the corollary does not arise.

Meaning of Corollary & Corollary Definition