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Princeton's WordNet

  1. by-product, byproductnoun

    a secondary and sometimes unexpected consequence

    Synonyms:
    spin-off, by-product

  2. by-product, byproduct, spin-offnoun

    a product made during the manufacture of something else

    Synonyms:
    spin-off, by-product

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  1. List of paraphrases for "byproduct":

    by-product, by-products, side-effect

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  1. Sandra Bullock:

    It’s a bigger issue than money, i know we’re focused on the money part right now. That’s just a byproduct.

  2. Sarah McBride:

    While there certainly are examples of individuals killed by people they know, including partners, many of the transgender people who have been killed are murdered by almost complete strangers, more people need to understand this epidemic of violence targeting minority people in this country, including transgender people, is hate-based and a byproduct of existing prejudice inflamed by politicians all too eager to appeal to the darker undercurrent of society.

  3. Debasish Mridha, M.D.:

    Happiness is the byproduct of fulfilled dreams.

  4. Simeon Gutman:

    They had one of the more advanced [ online ] platforms in all of retail. That's a byproduct of investments made over the last decade, best Buy had to get religion in online.

  5. John Sen. Kennedy:

    To me, this is pretty simple, i believe in the Kantean definition of justice. C.S. Lewis talked about it. Saint Augustine talked about it. Justice exists when people get what they deserve. Justice is not necessarilydeterrence, or rehabilitation, though that can be a byproduct.

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