It became orthodox common law that liability was a corollary of fault.
For she had forgotten that a proposition is generally provided with a corollary.
This leads to the corollary concerning the lateral area of the frustum of a regular pyramid.
The old man was wealthy, and a miser, each of which characteristics may be corollary to the other.
True, they had built labourers' cottages, but that was a corollary of Land Purchase.
The Captain acceded to my postulate, and accepted my friend as a corollary.
It was also a corollary of the theory of the balance of power which Jefferson always kept in mind.
They deem it simply a corollary, and consequence, of the other.
As a corollary to this statement, mental excitement, of whatever kind, has a marked influence on the pressure.
I waited for the corollary, “and been loved in return,” but it did not come.
corollary late 14c., from L.L. corollarium "a deduction, consequence," from L. corollarium, originally "money paid for a garland," hence "gift, gratuity, something extra," from corolla "small garland," dim. of corona "crown."