Definition of Successionally

1. Adverb. In terms of, or by means of, succession. ¹



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Definition of Successionally

1. [adv]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Successionally

succeeds
succentor
succentors
succes
success
success has many fathers, failure is an orphan
success story
successary
successe
successes
successful
successfully
successfulness
succession
successional
successionally (current term)
successionism
successionist
successionists
successions
successism
successive
successively
successiveness
successless
successlessness
successor
successoral
successors
successour

Literary usage of Successionally

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

1. The Clematis as a Garden Flower: Being Descriptions of the Hardy Species and by Thomas Moore, George Jackman (1872)
"Climbing large-flowered summer and autumn-bloomers, flowering successionally on short lateral summer shoots, the flowers sparse or distributed. ..."

2. The Christian Examiner (1832)
"the limitless duration of that constant existence ; inasmuch as the very circumstance of its proceeding successionally, and being 'only ' both being and ..."

3. Plant Indicators: The Relation of Plant Communities to Process and Practice by Frederic Edward Clements (1920)
"This is true both geographically and successionally, except where one or more ... successionally, woodland yields to yellow pine forest in the ecotone ..."

4. Annual Report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society by Wisconsin State Horticultural Society (1885)
"Large flowers, six to eight sepals; 6 to 9£ inches diameter; climbing; blooming successionally summer and autumn. Flowers on short lateral summer shoots, ..."

5. The Book of the Daffodil by Stephen Eugene Bourne (1903)
"The method is as follows:—In August, and successionally in September and October, Tazetta bulbs should be planted in good rich soil with a liberal mixture ..."

6. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1919)
"For outdoor blooming the seeds are sown successionally from early spring to midsummer, and for winter blossoming from that time forward at intervals of ..."

7. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1807)
"... persons the barony terminated ; or who, or their posterity, (although existing) did not continue regularly or successionally to have the like summons. ..."

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