Origin of sequacious
Examples from the Web for sequacious
His details are always interesting, but he never succeeded in welding them into a sequacious and interrelated whole.Modern Painting, Its Tendency and Meaning|Willard Huntington Wright
The human race is gregarious and sequacious, rather than individual and adventurous.Horace and His Influence|Grant Showerman
I do not propose to examine these two attendant or sequacious bills, which dangle at the tail of the other three.Thirty Years' View (Vol. II of 2)|Thomas Hart Benton
Listen, O World, with ears attent, and eyes "sequacious of the—Truth-teller!"Punch's Almanack for 1890|Various
Word Origin for sequacious
"given to following leaders," 1630s, from Latin sequac-, stem of sequax "that follows, following, seeking after," from sequi "to follow" (see sequel) + -ous. Related: Sequaciously; sequaciousness; sequacity (1620s).