Definition of Consecution

1. n. A following, or sequel; actual or logical dependence.



Definition of Consecution

1. Noun. (archaic) A following, or sequel; actual or logical dependence. ¹

2. Noun. (obsolete) A succession or series of any kind. ¹

3. Noun. (archaic) sequence ¹

4. Noun. (logic) The relation of consequent to antecedent. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Consecution

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Consecution

consecrater
consecraters
consecrates
consecrating
consecration
consecrations
consecrative
consecrator
consecrators
consecratory
consectaneous
consectaries
consectary
consectator
consectators
consecution (current term)
consecutions
consecutive
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consecutive aneurysm
consecutive angiitis
consecutive esotropia
consecutive operation
consecutively
consecutiveness
conseil
conseils
consense
consensed
consenses

Literary usage of Consecution

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1. William R. Harper's Elements of Hebrew by an Inductive Method by William Rainey Harper (1921)
"A Table Showing the consecution of the Accents 1 ... and the first preceding R«vi(a)' is Geres', after which the consecution is the same for all. 3. ..."

2. Critical Grammar of the Hebrew Language by Isaac Nordheimer (1841)
"consecution OF ACCENTS. § 1131. IN that portion of the work which treats of ... We are now about to discuss their various uses and their consecution ..."

3. Elements of Hebrew by an Inductive Method by William Rainey Harper, John Merlin Powis Smith (1921)
"25. A. Table Showing the consecution of the Accents tjt > ij or < or or i or or REMARKS ON THE TABLE or \ or 1. The consecution of ..."

4. Italian Conversation-grammar: A New and Practical Method of Learning the by Karl Marquard Sauer (1903)
"consecution of Tenses. The learner will have noticed that in Italian the Subjunctive Mood is much oftener employed than in English, and that its use ..."

5. Lessons in Latin Prose: Consisting of Rules and Exercises and Forming an by W. W. Bradley (1873)
"consecution of Subjunctive Tenses continued. Rule. ... given in the preceding Lesson concerning the consecution of tenses in the subjunctive mood. ..."

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