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sequentially

[ si-kwen-shuh-lee ]
/ sɪˈkwɛn ʃə li /
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adverb
one after the other: The interactive feature allows you to present the photographs and other information sequentially rather than overwhelming the viewer by displaying everything at once.
chronologically, or according to numerical, alphabetical, or some other recognized order: Apart from your original post and sequentially first comment, all you’ve been doing is trashing liberals.If the files had originally been numbered sequentially, one would know how many were skipped and how many there were in total.
Business. by comparison with the immediately preceding period, usually a fiscal quarter: While their latest figures reflect a profit increase of about 5.1 percent sequentially, the company is still taking a dip of around 19 percent year over year.
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Origin of sequentially

OTHER WORDS FROM sequentially

non·se·quen·tial·ly, adverbun·se·quen·tial·ly, adverb
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