adjective se·quent \ˈsē-kwənt\

Definition of SEQUENT

Examples of SEQUENT

  1. <answered three sequent questions from one reporter before turning to the others>

Origin of SEQUENT

Latin sequent-, sequens, present participle
First Known Use: 1601

Rhymes with SEQUENT


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