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Main Entry: se·quence
Pronunciation: s-kwn(t)s, -kwen(t)s
Etymology: Middle English sequence "a hymn, a connected series," derived from Latin sequentia "state or fact of following, succession," from sequent-, sequens, a form of the verb sequi "to follow" --related to SEQUEL 1 a: a continuous or connected series b: a set of several shots or scenes developing a single subject (as in a movie) <a chase sequence in a spy movie> 2: the order in which things are or should be connected, related, or dated <the sequence of events> 3 a: 2RESULT 1, consequence b: a development that follows something else