consecutive


consecutive
con·sec·u·tive adj: following one after the other in order
con·sec·u·tive·ly adv

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

consecutive
I adjective chronological, coming after, connected, consequent, continens, continual, continuing, continuous, cumulative, ensuing, following in a series, in a line, in a row, in order, in regular order, in sequence, in turn, in unbroken sequence, in uninterrupted succession, nonstop, one after another, one after the other, perennial, recurrent, repeated, repetitive, running, sequent, sequential, serial, serialized, seriate, seriatim, steady, subsequent, succeeding, successive, unbroken, uninterrupted, uninterrupted in course, unremitting associated concepts: consecutive sentences II index continuous, direct (uninterrupted), progressive (going forward), successive

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

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  • consecutive — consecutive, successive, sequent, sequential, serial are comparable when meaning following one after the other in order. Consecutive and successive apply to objects which follow one another without interruption or break. But consecutive is… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Consecutive — Con*sec u*tive, a. [Cf. F. cons[ e]cutif. See {Consequent}.] 1. Following in a train; succeeding one another in a regular order; successive; uninterrupted in course or succession; with no interval or break; as, fifty consecutive years. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • consecutive — UK US /kənˈsekjʊtɪv/ adjective ► used to describe events, numbers, etc. that follow one after another without an interruption: »Interest rates have been held at the same level for the tenth consecutive month …   Financial and business terms

  • consecutive — [kən sek′yo͞o tiv, kən sek′yətiv] adj. [Fr consécutif < ML consecutivus < pp. of L consequi: see CONSEQUENCE] 1. following in order, without interruption; successive [for four consecutive days] 2. proceeding from one part or idea to the… …   English World dictionary

  • consecutive — 1610s, from Fr. consécutif (16c.), from M.L. consecutivus, from L. consecutus following closely, pp. of consequi (see CONSEQUENCE (Cf. consequence)). Related: Consecutively …   Etymology dictionary

  • consecutive — [adj] in sequence after, chronological, connected, constant, continuing, continuous, ensuing, following, going on, increasing, in order, in turn, later, logical, numerical, one after another, progressive, running, sequent, sequential, serial,… …   New thesaurus

  • consecutive — ► ADJECTIVE 1) following in unbroken or logical sequence. 2) Grammar expressing consequence or result. DERIVATIVES consecutively adverb. ORIGIN Latin consecutivus, from consequi follow closely …   English terms dictionary

  • consecutive — 01. The teacher had to speak to the student after he was late for class for three [consecutive] days. 02. The Montreal Canadiens hockey team won four [consecutive] Stanley Cups between 1956 and 1960, and four more [consecutive] championships from …   Grammatical examples in English

  • consécutive — ● consécutif, consécutive adjectif (latin consecutus, de consequi, suivre) Se dit de plusieurs choses qui se suivent sans interruption dans le temps : Dormir dix heures consécutives. Qui est le résultat, la conséquence de quelque chose : L… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Consecutive — Wikipedia does not have an encyclopedia article for Consecutive (search results). You may want to read Wiktionary s entry on consecutive instead.wiktionary:Special:Search/consecutive …   Wikipedia


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