Definition of outgrowth:
limb, increment, offset, stolon, egress, kickoff, setoff, member, growing, leg, cognitive operation, growth, ontogenesis, derivation, jut, bulge, appendage, set-back, ontogeny, arm, start, get-go, process, protuberance, cognitive process, subdivision, commencement, outset, byproduct, emergence, first, unconscious process, summons, increase, mental process, projection, end, runner, physical process, prominence, derivative, beginning, consequent, offshoot, offset printing, emersion, kin, ramification, procedure, egression, extremity, branch, starting time, development, showtime, spinoff, operation, maturation, counterbalance.
- effect (part of speech: noun)
- sequel (part of speech: noun)
- "Browning and the Dramatic Monologue", S. S. Curry.
- "The Log School-House on the Columbia", Hezekiah Butterworth.
And, though she was in the beginning startled to hear that women had actually met in convention, and by speeches and resolutions had declared themselves man's peer in political rights, and had urged radical changes in State constitutions and the whole system of American jurisprudence; yet the most casual review convinced her that these claims were but the logical outgrowth of the fundamental theories of our republic.- "Eighty Years And More; Reminiscences 1815-1897", Elizabeth Cady Stanton.