Sequence is a specific order in which things occur.(noun)
An example of a sequence is a TV show with a beginning, middle and end.
See sequence in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME < ML sequentia < LL(Ec), used as transl. of Gr(Ec) akolouthia, a succession of notes on the last syllable of the alleluia: see acolyteR.C.Ch. a hymn coming immediately before the Gospel in certain Masses
Origin: MFr < LL, a following < L sequens: see sequent
See sequence in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: Middle English, a type of hymn
Origin: , from Old French
Origin: , from Medieval Latin sequentia, hymn, that which follows (from its following the alleluia)
Origin: , from Late Latin
Origin: , from Latin sequēns, sequent-
Origin: , present participle of sequī, to follow; see sekw-1 in Indo-European roots.
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