Part of speech:
Of, relating to, or forming a sequence
Situated or placed at rather wide intervals, as in time or space:
(Music) Designating or of a technique of composition in which various components of music, as pitch, rhythm, dynamics, etc., are arranged in an arbitrary order (a row or set) which serves as a basis for development
Proceeding in steps; continuing steadily by increments, as of a course of treatment.
(Idiomatic) In accordance with the procedural rules governing formal meetings of a deliberative body.
The definition of following is coming next.
Capable of logical, intelligible speech, thought, etc.
Of, relating to, in accordance with, or of the nature of logic:
Of chronology; esp., containing or relating to an account of events in the order of their occurrence
Remaining steady in affections or loyalties; faithful
Capable of being understood:
Nearer the rear (esp. of a ship or aircraft)
Arranged in the customary order of the letters of a language.
According to or using categories:
The definition of orderly is something that is tidy or organized in a system, or that follows the rules.
Going on, extending, etc. without interruption; continuous
Following, next in order.
Marked by breaks or interruptions; intermittent:
(Specifically, geology, of a body of water) Existing only for certain seasons; that is, being dry for part of the year.
(Bot.) Asymmetrical; irregular
Topographically rough; uneven:
The definition of subsequent is happening or coming after something or someone else.
Following one after another in an orderly pattern
A continuous, measurable quantity in which events occur in a sequence proceeding from the past through the present to the future.
Extending continuously in the same direction without curving:
Following as a result; consequent.
in a consecutive manner
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