If you return to France, let the consequence be what it may, I will go with you.
I confess the consequence is visible, were your suspicions just.
Godfrey was in the lowest spirits, and Molly was quiet in consequence.
The consequence was that Sara had a most extraordinary wardrobe.
His reference to a "solatium" puzzled me, but it did not seem anything of consequence.
She begged he would think no more of the parasol; it was no manner of consequence.
In consequence of this, he usually reaches the surface in a state of half-blindness, holding the luscious morsel in his bill.
It is of no consequence such a thing happening when Sophia and I come to your door.
Omai, who was become of consequence from the possessing three or four muskets and some ammunition, was consulted on the occasion.
It is a case of the common error of confusing cause and consequence.
consequence late 14c., from O.Fr. consequence "result," from L. consequentia, from consequentem (nom. consequens), prp. of consequi "to follow after," from com- "with" + sequi "to follow" (see sequel). Sense of "importance" (c.1600) is from notion of being "pregnant with consequences."