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    corollary - Dictionary definition and meaning for word corollary

    (noun) a practical consequence that follows naturally
    Example Sentence
    • blind jealousy is a frequent corollary of passionate love
    (noun) (logic) an inference that follows directly from the proof of another proposition
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for corollary

Corolla- My decision to buy a Corolla is a natural consequence of my desire to own the most popular car in the world.

Guys remember - for every theorem proof in Math, we had an "accompanying" corollary.

In the past she struggled much, now all these 'Jewellery' are her 'Corollary'.

Coro- Corona, llary- Larry A corona is a corrolarry (or accompaniment) with Larry.

Larry does not cross the street at a cross walk = consequence= car-over-Larry

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imagine Toyota corollas going one after another in sequence or consequence

imagine some idiotic rich people showing off their corolla, when they sell one corolla they consequently have to buy another corolla otherwise they cannnot sit down

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