Examples of sequel in a Sentence
The new film is a sequel to the very successful comedy that came out five years ago.
He is busy writing the book's sequel.
There is an interesting sequel to my date with her that I'll share with you later.
Recent Examples of sequel from the Web
In addition to taking care of them, Flanagan worked on a sequel to Run Fast.
Until the Atomic Blonde meets Furiosa in the future Day-Glo wasteland of one sequel or another, men and women alike might get out of the way.
The message of this sequel is twofold: Urgency and hope.
And yes, that makes sense, because the first season was based on Liane Moriarty's eponymous book, which doesn't have a sequel or any other material planned to further the storyline.
Warner Bros. didn't share much information about the sequel—including who would be directing it.
Good thing Warner Bros. officially announced her sequel at Comic-Con this weekend.
Though Descendants 2 is a sequel film, there’s a lot of new things waiting for fans of the magical Disney Channel Original musical.
On his website, Martin said that each of the concepts under development is a prequel rather than a sequel, and may not even be set on the mythical continent of Westeros.
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Synonymsaftereffect, aftermath, backwash, child, conclusion, consequence, corollary, development, fate, fruit, issue, outcome, outgrowth, precipitate, product, result, resultant, effect, sequence, upshot
Antonymsantecedent, causation, cause, occasion, reason
Related Wordsramification; denouement (also dénouement), echo, implication, repercussion; afterclap, afterglow, aftershock; blowback, by-product, fallout, offshoot, ripple, side effect (also side reaction), spin-off
Near Antonymsconsideration, determinant, factor; base, basis, foundation, ground, groundwork; impetus, incentive, inspiration, instigation, stimulus; mother, origin, root, source, spring
SEQUEL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sequel for English Language Learners
: a book, movie, etc., that continues a story begun in another book, movie, etc.
: something that happens after and usually as a result of a previous event
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