Jay, the main witness for the state, is leading a relatively normal life, though that probably has all changed with serial.
So many that, among his friends, he was known as a “serial monogamist.”
Eerie links are beginning to crop up between the Long Island serial killer's victims.
But not only is serial deception not new—voters are complicit, says Michael Moynihan.
But TR was light years from the serial killer of game animals that some, in recent years, have called him.
It is a serial, whose chapters run from July until November.
The night bombarder has been telling me this yarn in serial form.
Our speciality, however, is our Six-Shilling Shocker, as sold for serial purposes.
He went over to the autofile and punched St. Simon's serial number.
Among Vertebrates the application of the theory of serial repetition was not so obvious, except in the case of the vertebræ.
"coming in regular succession," 1840, from series + -al (1); popularized in reference to Dickens' novels, published one part at a time in periodicals (as opposed to all at once in a book). Found to be a useful word and given wide application. Serial number, indicating position in a series, first recorded 1866, originally of papers, packages, etc.; of soldiers from 1918. Serial killer is first attested 1981 (in relation to John Wayne Gacy and Ted Bundy), though serial had been used in connection with murders since the early 1960s. Related: Serially.
1846, from serial (adj.).