synonyms
  • definitions

more successive

[ suh k-ses-iv ]SEE DEFINITION OF more successive
  • adj.following
  • adj.following

Synonyms for more successive

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Antonyms for more successive

  • antecedent
  • antedating
  • preceding
  • previous
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORE SUCCESSIVE

We go through the lobbies in eight more successive divisions.

Avoid having three or more successive divisions at the ends of lines.

In another instant he had transferred his pistol to his left hand, and three more successive shots dropped his antagonists.

As one operation of carding is not sufficient for most purposes the cotton is subjected to one or more successive cardings.

WORD ORIGIN

early 15c., from Medieval Latin successivus, from success-, stem of succedere (see succeed). Related: Successively.