Definition of Sequency

1. the following of one thing after another [n -CIES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sequency

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sequence homology
sequence ladder
sequence pulse
sequenceability
sequenceable
sequenced
sequenceless
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sequencers
sequences
sequencies
sequencing
sequencings
sequency (current term)
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sequential art
sequential compactness
sequential continuity
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Literary usage of Sequency

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Biblical Repository and Classical Review. by American Biblical Repository (1838)
"The idea of advance in respect to time is transferred to a sequency of thought. This Vav stands only in the beginning of a sentence, which holds such a ..."

2. The Philosophy of Natural Theology: As Essay, in Confutation of the by William Jackson (1875)
"Antecedent enters Chain of natural sequency ; Cause does not. ... Another case that of alterations caused by Volition in chains of Natural sequency. ..."

3. The Philosophy of Natural Theology: As Essay, in Confutation of the by William Jackson (1875)
"Antecedent enters Chain of natural sequency ; Cause does not. ... Another case that of alterations caused by Volition in chains of Natural sequency. ..."

4. A Commentary on the Apocalypse by Moses Stuart (1845)
"Ignorance of the real sequency of events, which one undertakes to relate or to symbolize, detracts from our confidence in the intelligence and taste of a ..."

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