[ US /səˈkwɛnʃəɫ/ ]
[ UK /siːkwˈɛnʃə‍l/ ]
  1. in regular succession without gaps
    serial concerts
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How To Use sequential In A Sentence

  • Here is a supreme example of sequential planning.
  • It's frilly and inconsequential and best known for its appearances on princesses, dolls and blushing faces. Times, Sunday Times
  • Unlike Church, Turing developed his disproof of Hilbert's conjecture around the conception of a hypothetical machine which would decide the truth of statements by a set of well-defined sequential operations.
  • Clause 19.4 excludes all liability for indirect or consequential loss or damage on the part of either party.
  • According to the synergetics theory economy, social and ecological subsystem should coordinate with each another, in order to maintain the water resources system as an sequential system.
  • The destruction of buildings seems less consequential than the destruction of human lives. Times, Sunday Times
  • Their view is called 'act consequentialism'. The Times Literary Supplement
  • Lawyers acting for the victims - including the parents of twins who suffered kidney failure - are claiming damages for injury and consequential loss. The Sun
  • To finish the portrait, the bearing of the gracious Duncan was brief, bluff, and consequential, and the upward turn of his short copper-coloured nose indicated that he was somewhat addicted to wrath and usquebaugh. The Heart of Mid-Lothian
  • For sources that give contemplations on two stages of bones, the whole skeleton and the disjointed bones are designated as distinct objects for meditation in two sequential stages.
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