Examples of consecutive in a Sentence
the team's winning streak has lasted for seven consecutive games
Recent Examples of consecutive from the Web
After five consecutive losing seasons, the Bucs made a run last year and should be exciting to watch this time around.
Peyton Pelluer, LB, 6-0, 225, Sr. – Three-year starter who led team in tackles (93) for second consecutive season.
Coach: Tony Pecoraro (second consecutive season, seventh overall).
This is the second consecutive season that the Rams fell into the fifth slot.
Zach Jarrett opened the inning with a walk with TJ Nichting and Mason McCoy (RBI) following with consecutive singles.
Ms. Boone Isaacs, who turns 68 this month, was president for four consecutive one-year terms, the maximum.
This focused frenzy has helped propel the Aztecs to consecutive 11-3 campaigns, a No.
The real deal with auto sales Bloomberg does a nice job with the curiosity of auto sales tanking after seven consecutive stellar years.
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concurrent and consecutive
Consecutive has a good deal in common with the complementary word concurrent. Besides the fact that both begin with the prefix con- (meaning “with, together”), each word deals with the time-order in which several things happen. Concurrent describes things that are occurring, or people who are doing something, at the same time, such as “concurrent users” of a computer program. Consecutive refers to things that are arranged or happen in a sequential order. A criminal who serves a consecutive sentence does time for one conviction after another. If that person gets a concurrent sentence, he or she undergoes all punishments at the same time.
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