issuance, essence, force, final result, yield, publication, takings, exit, moment, issuing, number, way out, sequent, cause, solution, import, payoff, end, end product, return, matter, sequel, core, solvent, progeny, outlet, government issue, case, consequent, proceeds, emergence, answer, harvest, egress, precipitate, termination, take, resultant role, military issue, resultant, ramification, impression, corollary, burden, resolution
effect (part of speech: noun)
meaning (part of speech: noun)
gist, subject, definition, intent, indication, relevance, explanation, denotation, purpose, connotation, pith, interpretation, message, crux, topic, tenor, point, thrust, meaning, drift, description, significance, implication
- Missee my younk lady might a paradventered to have had all, in the upshot; and an ever gracious and glorious and mercifool my younk lady missee she would a then a bin. - "Anna St. Ives", Thomas Holcroft.
- Thuillier, beginning to get uneasy as to the upshot of the affair, regretted that he had not done something the idea of which had come to him just too late. - "The Lesser Bourgeoisie", Honore de Balzac.
- Dumay's rather sly and pregnant silence made Modeste somewhat uneasy as to the upshot of his journey to Paris. - "Modeste Mignon", Honore de Balzac.