Definition of Consecutions

1. Noun. (plural of consecution) ¹



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Definition of Consecutions

1. consecution [n] - See also: consecution

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Consecutions

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

Literary usage of Consecutions

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1. Lectures on Metaphysics and Logic by William Hamilton, John Veitch, Henry Longueville Mansel (1870)
"Nay more ; this theory evolves the absolute notion of causality out of the observation of a certain number of uniform consecutions among ..."

2. New Essays Concerning Human Understanding by Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, Carl Immanuel Gerhardt (1916)
"The consecutions of the brutes are merely like those of simple empirics, who claim that what has sometimes happened will happen again in acase where ..."

3. The Metaphysics of Sir William Hamilton by William Hamilton (1872)
"Nay more, this theory evolves the absolute notion of causality out of the observation of a certain number of uniform consecutions among phenomena ; [that is ..."

4. Philosophy of Sir William Hamilton, Bart by Sir William Hamilton (1860)
"For we find no difficulty in conceiving the converse of one or of all observed consecutions, and yet, the causal judgment which, ex hypothesi, ..."

5. Discussions on Philosophy and Literature, Education and University Reform by William Hamilton (1852)
"For we find no difficulty in conceiving the converse of one or of all observed consecutions: and yet, the causal judgment which, ex hypothesi, ..."

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