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Sequent, adj. following, successive, consequent: each (minute) “changing place with that which goes before, in s. toil all forwards do contend,” Sonn. 60, 4. “immediate sentence then and s. death,” Meas. V, 378. “your 'O Lord, sir' is very s. to your whipping,” All's II, 2, 56. “conferred by testament to the s. issue,” V, 3, 197. “to fashion in my s. protestation,” Troil. IV, 4, 68. “what to this was s. thou knowest already,” Hml. V, 2, 54. “nature finds itself scourged by the s. effects,” Lr. I, 2, 115. “the galleys have sent a dozen s. messengers at one another's heels,” Oth. I, 2, 41.
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