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1seriatim

adverb se·ri·a·tim \ˌsir-ē-ˈā-təm, -ˈa-\

Definition of SERIATIM

:  in a series

Examples of SERIATIM

  1. <objections will be dealt with seriatim>

Origin of SERIATIM

Medieval Latin, from Latin series
First Known Use: 1680

Rhymes with SERIATIM

2seriatim

adjective

Definition of SERIATIM

:  following seriatim

First Known Use of SERIATIM

1871

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