An end result; a consequence. See Synonyms at effect.(noun)
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Use "outcome" in a sentence
"I hesitate to classify this under the Florida GOP Police Blotter given the outcome of the situation, but there's no doubt it would be there but for said outcome*, so here we go."
"And he realized that he had contributed to the successful outcome or issue of the experiments (_outcome?"
"NOGUCHI: Sharga says he thinks the main outcome is that the delays will simply prolong an already protracted housing crisis."