non sequacious

sequacious

[si-kwey-shuhs]
adjective
1.
following with smooth or logical regularity.
2.
Archaic. following, imitating, or serving another person, especially unreasoningly.

Origin:
1630–40; < Latin sequāci- (stem of sequāx) following (akin to sequī to follow) + -ous

sequaciously, adverb
sequacity [si-kwas-i-tee] , sequaciousness, noun
nonsequacious, adjective
nonsequaciously, adverb
nonsequaciousness, noun
nonsequacity, noun
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sequacious (sɪˈkweɪʃəs)
 
adj
1.  logically following in regular sequence
2.  ready to follow any leader; pliant
 
[C17: from Latin sequāx pursuing, from sequī to follow]
 
se'quaciously
 
adv
 
sequacity
 
n

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sequacious
"given to ollowing leaders," 1630s, from L. sequac-, stem of sequax "that follows, a follower," from sequi "to follow" (see sequel) + -ous.
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