Another word for series
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These nouns denote a number of things placed or occurring one after the other. Series refers to like, related, or identical things arranged or occurring in order: a series of days; a series of facts. In a succession the elements follow each other, generally in order of time and without interruption: a succession of failures. A progression reveals a definite pattern of advance: a geometric progression. In a sequence elements are ordered in a way that indicates a causal, temporal, numerical, or logical relationship or a recurrent pattern: a natural sequence of ideas. In a chain the elements are closely linked or connected: the chain of command; a chain of proof. Train can apply to a procession or to a sequence of ideas or events: a train of mourners; my train of thought. A string consists of similar or uniform elements likened to objects threaded on a long cord: a string of islands; a string of questions.
Another word for seriesnoun
A number of things placed or occurring one after the other:chain, consecution, course, order, procession, progression, round, run, sequence, string, succession, suite, train. (Informal) streak. See order