- characterized by regular sequence of parts.
- following; subsequent; consequent.
Origin of sequential
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Examples from the Web for sequentially
Having real individuals, or photos, shown one by one, sequentially, is considered a fairer and more accurate method.Federal Judge Rejects Demeanor Defense, Blasts Group Lineups in Appeals Ruling
June 12, 2012
Where necessary, the references have been re-numbered, sequentially.The Apostles
I can imagine one individual condition of a movement after another, sequentially, but I can not imagine the sequence.Criminal Psychology
Footnotes were sequentially numbered and placed at the end of each chapter.
It came logically and sequentially—in some ways before many folk were really aware of it.Our Railroads To-Morrow
Footnotes were sequentially numbered and placed at the end of each section.The Rogues and Vagabonds of Shakespeare's Youth
- characterized by or having a regular sequence
- another word for sequent
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Word Origin and History for sequentially
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