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consecutive

adjective con·sec·u·tive \kən-ˈse-kyə-tiv, -kə-tiv\

: following one after the other in a series : following each other without interruption

Full Definition of CONSECUTIVE

:  following one after the other in order :  successive <served four consecutive terms in office>
con·sec·u·tive·ly adverb
con·sec·u·tive·ness noun
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Examples of CONSECUTIVE

  1. <the team's winning streak has lasted for seven consecutive games>

First Known Use of CONSECUTIVE

1611

Rhymes with CONSECUTIVE

CONSECUTIVELY Defined for Kids

consecutive

adjective con·sec·u·tive \kən-ˈse-kyə-tiv\

Definition of CONSECUTIVE for Kids

:  following one another in order without gaps <It rained for three consecutive days.>

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