one after another in order; point by point; serial(ly)
Origin of seriatimMedieval Latin from Classical Latin series, based on gradatim, step by step
One after another; in a series.
Origin of seriatimMedieval Latin seriātim from Latin seriēs series ; see series .
- One after another, in order; taking one topic or subject at a time in an order; sequentially.
- (chiefly law) Point by point; sequential.
- a seriatim review
From Medieval Latin seriatim, from Latin seriÄ“s (“row, chain").
seriatim - Legal Definition
In sequence. Successively; in successive order, one by one; in due order; sequentially, one at a time.