Definition of Successions

1. Noun. (plural of succession) ¹



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Definition of Successions

1. succession [n] - See also: succession

Lexicographical Neighbors of Successions

success
success has many fathers, failure is an orphan
success story
successary
successe
successes
successful
successfully
successfulness
succession
successional
successionally
successionism
successionist
successionists
successions
successism
successive
successively
successiveness
successless
successlessness
successor
successoral
successors
successour
succi
succiferous
succinamate
succinamates

Literary usage of Successions

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

1. The Civil Law in Its Natural Order by Jean Domat (1850)
"I. The Reasons far distinguishing Successions from Engagements. 2408. WE have distinguished the matters belonging to successions from those that relate to ..."

2. Research Methods in Ecology by Frederic Edward Clements (1905)
"that their successions are the most thoroughly known of all. Prairie and steppe formations are probably to be regarded as the ultimate stages of successions ..."

3. The Protected Princes of India by William Lee-Warner (1894)
"It is the right and duty of the British Government to settle successions in subordinate Native states. Every succession must be recognised by the British ..."

4. The Protected Princes of India by William Lee-Warner (1894)
""It is the right and duty of the British Government to settle successions in subordinate Native states. Every succession must be ..."

5. Principles of Botany by Joseph Young Bergen, Bradley Moore Davis (1906)
"Causes of successions. It would require too much space to state more than a very few of the causes which originate plant successions. First. ..."

6. Mental Science: A Compendium of Psychology, and the History of Philosophy by Alexander Bain (1870)
"We acquire also Successions of Movements. In all manual operations, ... Although the learning of successions of movements nearly always involves the v ..."

7. United States Supreme Court Reports by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, United States Supreme Court (1890)
"diminish costs; provided, that this article is not to apply to successions amounting to more than five hundred dollars." The history of this provision leads ..."

8. The Broad-sclerophyll Vegetation of California: An Ecological Study of the by William Skinner Cooper (1922)
"Successions LEADING TO THE CHAPARRAL CLIMAX. ... Successions. The areas where primary succession may be observed are limited, the bulk of the area having ..."

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