I noun achievement, aftereffect, aftermath, answer, attainment, close, completion, consequence, consummation, creation, culmination, decision, denouement, development, effect, end, end product, ending, eventuality, eventuation, finding, finish, fruit, fruition, fulfillment, issue, judgment, offspring, outgrowth, product, production, realization, resolution, result, resultant, sequence, sequent, settlement, solution, upshot, yield associated concepts: outcome-determinative test II index amount (result), answer (solution), cessation (termination), choice (decision), conclusion (outcome), consequence (conclusion), corollary, denouement, development (outgrowth), effect, end (termination), finding, holding (ruling of a court), issuance, output, product, result

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A result.

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