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Date: 1300-1400
Language: Latin
Origin: corollarium 'money paid for a circle of flowers, something additional', from corolla 'circle of flowers'

corollary

noun
     
co‧rol‧la‧ry plural corollaries [countable] formal
something that is the direct result of something else
corollary of/to
Is social inequality the inevitable corollary of economic freedom?

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