adjective se·quen·tial \si-ˈkwen(t)-shəl\

: of, relating to, or arranged in a particular order or sequence

: happening in a series or sequence

Full Definition of SEQUENTIAL

:  of, relating to, or arranged in a sequence :  serial <sequential file systems>
:  following in sequence
:  relating to or based on a method of testing a statistical hypothesis that involves examination of a sequence of samples for each of which the decision is made to accept or reject the hypothesis or to continue sampling
se·quen·tial·ly \-ˈkwen(t)-sh(ə-)lē\ adverb

Examples of SEQUENTIAL

  1. Put the cards in sequential order.
  2. <explained that if the two required algebra semesters weren't sequential, the students would likely forget the material>

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Rhymes with SEQUENTIAL


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