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consecutively

[ kuhn-sek-yuh-tiv-lee ]
/ kənˈsɛk yə tɪv li /
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adverb
one after another, or one part after another, without interruption; in succession:The twelve weeks of unpaid leave must be taken consecutively and cannot be spread throughout the year.Some people prefer to read here and there in the book rather than start at the beginning and read consecutively through to the end.
in a logically ordered way:With less than three months to live, he could neither think consecutively nor express himself coherently.
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OTHER WORDS FROM consecutively

non·con·sec·u·tive·ly, adverbun·con·sec·u·tive·ly, adverb
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