sequential

[si-kwen-shuhl]
adjective
1.
characterized by regular sequence of parts.
2.
following; subsequent; consequent.

Origin:
1815–25; sequent + -ial

sequentiality [si-kwen-shee-al-i-tee] , noun
sequentially, adverb
nonsequential, adjective
nonsequentially, adverb
nonsequentiality, noun
unsequential, adjective
unsequentially, adverb
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sequential (sɪˈkwɛnʃəl)
 
adj
1.  characterized by or having a regular sequence
2.  another word for sequent
 
sequentiality
 
n
 
se'quentially
 
adv

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Example sentences
Worse still is to use a whole range of diluted antibiotics sequentially.
Ideally you want the whitewater to scroll across the wave sequentially, evenly,
  the way a zipper unzips.
He had a hunch that if he plotted the action around a stock sequentially at the
  millisecond range, he'd find something.
As you read this, your eyes are rapidly flicking from left to right in small
  hops, bringing each word sequentially into focus.
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