consecutive

[ kuhn-sek-yuh-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF consecutive
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The story is not consecutive; the adventures not exciting; the landscape not denned.

He holds office for two years, but can be re-elected for a consecutive term.

His mental processes are not consecutive, stable, or controlled.

I don't believe you've said three consecutive words all day long.

What for three consecutive nights could bring the manager down to the sawmill?

I haven't had time to get a consecutive account of what happened: they're all too excited.

That word "consecutive" in the proof law was an awful stickler.

This was particularly the case when he continued his watch for some consecutive hours.

She had come here to think, and consecutive thought was impossible.

It consists of three consecutive lines in the same stanza which rhyme.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CONSECUTIVE

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