successive

[ suhk-ses-iv ]
/ səkˈsɛs ɪv /

adjective

following in order or in uninterrupted sequence; consecutive: three successive days.
following another in a regular sequence: the second successive day.
characterized by or involving succession.

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Origin of successive

1400–50; late Middle English <Medieval Latin successīvus, equivalent to success(us), past participle of succēdere to succeed + -īvus-ive

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British Dictionary definitions for successive

successive
/ (səkˈsɛsɪv) /

adjective

following another without interruption
of or involving successiona successive process

Derived forms of successive

successively, adverbsuccessiveness, noun
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