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consecutiveness

[ kuhn-sek-yuh-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF consecutiveness

Synonyms for consecutiveness

  • arrangement
  • array
  • progression
  • string
  • chain
  • classification
  • concatenation
  • continuance
  • continuity
  • continuousness
  • course
  • cycle
  • disposition
  • distribution
  • flow
  • graduation
  • grouping
  • ordering
  • perpetuity
  • placement
  • procession
  • row
  • run
  • sequel
  • skein
  • streak
  • subsequence
  • succession
  • successiveness
  • track
  • train
  • catenation
  • consecution
  • pecking order
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Antonyms for consecutiveness

  • interruption
  • stoppage
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONSECUTIVENESS

This only refers to consecutiveness of history of organisms of each formation.

The young Cinq-Mars is the only man among them who has any consecutiveness of ideas.

And then he added, with no appearance of consecutiveness: "Hang the bally ship, anyhow!"

He felt excited and feverish, and his thoughts no longer came with the same clearness and consecutiveness as before.

There is much advanced as argument—as for instance in political editorials—where consecutiveness is confounded with causality.

In the first two books, the allegorical story proceeds from point to point with fair coherence and consecutiveness.

Except for the sake of order and consecutiveness nothing ought to be expressed which is already commonly or universally known.

It is very readable, in a bright and vigorous style, and is marked by unity and consecutiveness of plan.

Yet there is beauty in his designs for the "Ancient Mariner," unreal as they are, and a consecutiveness rare in a series by Doré.

For the moment, Peter had forgotten the want of consecutiveness in these eccentric Time Cheques.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CONSECUTIVENESS

sequence

nounseries, order
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