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sequential

[si-kwen-shuh l] /sɪˈkwɛn ʃəl/
adjective
1.
characterized by regular sequence of parts.
2.
following; subsequent; consequent.
Origin of sequential
1815-1825
1815-25; sequent + -ial
Related forms
sequentiality
[si-kwen-shee-al-i-tee] /sɪˌkwɛn ʃiˈæl ɪ ti/ (Show IPA),
noun
sequentially, adverb
nonsequential, adjective
nonsequentially, adverb
nonsequentiality, noun
unsequential, adjective
unsequentially, adverb
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  • The sequential aspect of line appeared, permitting of rhythm and demanding organisation.

    Modern Painting, Its Tendency and Meaning Willard Huntington Wright
  • It should not be contingent on or sequential to other matters of European politics—because it is of a different world.

    The Secrets of a Kuttite Edward O. Mousley
  • They merely suggest technical guidance, in order that his progress may be sequential and fitted to his increasing skill.

    Industrial Arts Design William H. Varnum
  • Language is sequential, centralized, linear, and corresponds to the stage of linear growth of humankind.

  • From the teaching standpoint also a logical and sequential development is absolutely essential.

    A Color Notation Albert H. Munsell
  • Industrial markets are optimally served by the sequential nature of literacy and the linearity inherent in its structure.

  • They ascertain politics as sequential, linear, and deterministic.

British Dictionary definitions for sequential

sequential

/sɪˈkwɛnʃəl/
adjective
1.
characterized by or having a regular sequence
2.
another word for sequent
Derived Forms
sequentiality (sɪˌkwɛnʃɪˈælɪtɪ) noun
sequentially, adverb
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Word Origin and History for sequential
adj.

1816, from Late Latin sequentia (see sequence) + -al (1). Related: Sequentially.

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