Definition of Subsequents
1. subsequent [n] - See also: subsequent
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subsequents
Literary usage of Subsequents
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Britain and the British Seas by Halford John Mackinder (1907)
"Mature drainage system. of the graining, at the expense of the subsequents of the next system, and ultimately to tap and divert its main consequent stream ..."
2. A Practical Grammar: In which Words, Phrases, and Sentences are Classified by Stephen Watkins Clark (1866)
"T.TT A Phrase is Compound when it has two or more Leaders or subsequents. J&~ Let the Pupil make a Compound Phrase—Compound Leaders— Compound Subsequent. ..."
3. The Works of the Right Reverend Joseph Hall by Joseph Hall, Philip Wynter (1863)
"But this conceit, as it is too carnal, so is quite dissonant from the context; both in regard of the precedents and subsequents: of the precedents; ..."
4. Britain and the British Seas by Halford John Mackinder (1902)
"Finally, since both sides of the longitudinal furrows must be drained into the subsequents, ... Conversely, subsequents must be longitudinal, ..."