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seriatim

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

Definition of seriatim

  1. :  in a series



Examples of seriatim in a sentence

  1. <objections will be dealt with seriatim>



Origin and Etymology of seriatim

Medieval Latin, from Latin series


First Known Use: 1680


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seriatim

adjective se·ri·a·tim

Definition of seriatim

  1. :  following seriatim



1871

First Known Use of seriatim

1871

Rhymes with seriatim


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seriatim

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

Legal Definition of seriatim

  1. :  in a series :  individually in a sequence <we will consider the complaints seriatim>



Origin and Etymology of seriatim

Medieval Latin, from Latin series succession of persons or things, series, from serere to join, bind together


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seriatim

adjective se·ri·a·tim

Legal Definition of seriatim

  1. :  occurring or following in a series <talked to the various trustees in seriatim telephone calls — Professional Hockey Corp. v. World Hockey Ass'n, 191 Cal. Rptr. 773 (1983)>




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