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(usually with "well-"): Having favorable rapport with a powerful entity.
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  1. (usually with "well-"): Having favorable rapport with a powerful entity.
  2. Having a continuous path between any two points. Used of a curve, set, or surface.
  3. (Mathematics, graph theory, of a directed graph) Having a path, either directed or undirected, connecting every pair of vertices.
Attached together in repeated units:
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  1. Attached together in repeated units:
  2. Of or relating to a function between two topological spaces such that the preimage of any open set in the range is an open set in the domain.
  3. A function in which changes, however small, to any x- value result in small changes to the corresponding y- value, without sudden jumps. Technically, a function is continuous at the point c if it meets the following condition: for any positive number Ɛ, however small, there exists a positive number ẟ such that for all x within the distance ẟ from c , the value of f ( x ) will be within the distance Ɛ from f ( c ). Polynomials, exponential functions, and trigonometric functions are examples of continuous functions.
Published or produced in installments, as a novel or television drama.
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  1. Published or produced in installments, as a novel or television drama.
  2. Appearing, published, issued, etc. in a series or succession of continuous parts at regular intervals
  3. (Comput.) Of or for the transmission of a byte of data one bit at a time, over a single wire
Of or having to do with a person, movement, etc. thought of as being modern or advanced, as in ideas, methods, etc.
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  1. Of or having to do with a person, movement, etc. thought of as being modern or advanced, as in ideas, methods, etc.
  2. Proceeding in steps; continuing steadily by increments, as of a course of treatment.
  3. (Gram.) Indicating continuing action or state, or action in progress: used as of certain verb forms (Ex: am working, as opposed to the simple form work)
(usually with "well-"): Having favorable rapport with a powerful entity.
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  1. (usually with "well-"): Having favorable rapport with a powerful entity.
  2. Having a continuous path between any two points. Used of a curve, set, or surface.
  3. (Mathematics, graph theory, of a directed graph) Having a path, either directed or undirected, connecting every pair of vertices.
Of, relating to, or forming a sequence
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  1. Of, relating to, or forming a sequence
  2. Forming or characterized by a sequence, as of units or musical notes.
  3. Succeeding or following in order.
That follows; next after
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  1. That follows; next after
  2. Coming next in time or order:
  3. About to be specified.
Expressed by numbers, not by letters
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  1. Expressed by numbers, not by letters
  2. (Math.) Designating or of value regardless of sign
  3. Of or relating to a number or series of numbers:
(Of a house) Having a party wall at the rear
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  1. (Of a house) Having a party wall at the rear
  2. (Idiomatic) sequential or consecutive.
  3. (Informal) One right after another; consecutive
Marked by an orderly, logical, and aesthetically consistent relation of parts:
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  1. Marked by an orderly, logical, and aesthetically consistent relation of parts:
  2. Of or relating to a system of units of measurement in which a small number of basic units are defined from which all others in the system are derived by multiplication or division only.
  3. Having coherence; logically connected; consistent; clearly articulated
According to the principles of logic, or correct reasoning
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  1. According to the principles of logic, or correct reasoning
  2. Necessary or to be expected because of what has gone before; that follows as reasonable
  3. Based on earlier or otherwise known statements, events, or conditions; reasonable:
That follows; next after
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  1. That follows; next after
  2. Coming next in time or order:
  3. About to be specified.
Following as a result or effect; consequent
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  1. Following as a result or effect; consequent
  2. Following in order or time; subsequent.
Succeeding or following in order.
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  1. Succeeding or following in order.
  2. Of, relating to, or forming a sequence
  3. Forming or characterized by a sequence, as of units or musical notes.
(Computers) Of or relating to the sequential transmission of all the bits of a byte over one wire:
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  1. (Computers) Of or relating to the sequential transmission of all the bits of a byte over one wire:
  2. Relating to or engaging in a series of similar acts or behaviors:
  3. Appearing, published, issued, etc. in a series or succession of continuous parts at regular intervals
Following in time or order; succeeding.
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  1. Following in time or order; succeeding.
Of, related to or caused by succession
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  1. Of, related to or caused by succession
Of or involving succession
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  1. Of or involving succession
  2. Coming in succession; following one after another in sequence; consecutive
  3. Following in uninterrupted order; consecutive:
Find another word for consecutive. In this page you can discover 32 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for consecutive, like: connected, continuous, serial, seriatim, in-turn, progressive, connected, in-order, in sequence, sequential and going-on.