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sequacious

sequacious

adjective se·qua·cious \si-ˈkwā-shəs\

Definition of SEQUACIOUS

1
archaic :  subservient, tractable
2
:  intellectually servile
se·qua·cious·ly adverb
se·quac·i·ty \-ˈkwa-sə-tē\ noun

Origin of SEQUACIOUS

Latin sequac-, sequax inclined to follow, from sequi
First Known Use: 1643

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