2. Noun. (logic) The formulas on the right-hand side of a sequent. ¹
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Definition of Succedent
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Literary usage of Succedent
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1. Ptolemy's Tetrabiblos, Or Quadripartite: Being Four Books of the Influence by Ptolemy, Proclus, Philip Ranger, J. M. Ashmand (1822)
"... which operate the loss, in respect of the angles and succedent houses *. Chapter III. The Fortune of Rank. THE disposition of the luminaries and the ..."
2. Ptolemy's Tetrabiblos, Or Quadripartite: Being Four Books of the Influence by Ptolemy, Proclus, Philip Ranger, J. M. Ashmand (1822)
"Mars is exceedingly pernicious when succedent to the Sun, and Saturn when succedent to the Moon. But a converse effect takes place when either of these ..."
3. Napier Tercentenary Memorial Volume by Cargill Gilston Knott (1915)
"The ' supplement' for the fifth power is thus obtained:— The first term is the fourth power of the precedent multiplied by the succedent multiplied by 5 ..."