Nor sequent centuries could hit / Orbit and sum of Shakespeare's wit.
Harry's game of cards in the freight-car had been a sequent of the game in the chapel.
Now and then a staccato crackling ran up the icy reaches of the river, like the sequent bickering of Krags down a firing line.
If the Yankee were quick at work, he fulfilled the other sequent of the adage likewise.
Lower, come the opposing curves in the two boats, the whole forming one group of sequent lines up the whole side of the picture.
The principle of causality is already applied when the sequent experiences are apprehended as sequent events.
They are therefore implicated in the consequences of any resolution and every sequent act.
Since White Fell had parted to the right, Christian to the left, the event of a sequent encounter did not occur to him.
None the less, when viewed in their dynamical relation, the latter must be regarded as sequent upon the former.
He never wove these memories into a sequent romance, though in later time he thought of so doing.
1550s, "following," from Old French sequent "following, subsequent," from Latin sequentem (nominative sequens) "next, following," present participle of sequi "to follow" (see sequel). As a noun from 1580s.