Medieval Latin seriātimfrom Latin seriēsseriesseries
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From Medieval Latin seriatim, from LatinseriÄ“s (“row, chain").
Seriatim Sentence Examples
from this point onwards to go seriatim through the domestic history of the reign, which is given in the article English.
Swift, in his reply, abused him for his want of manners in giving a gentleman the lie, answered his arguments seriatim, and declared that the evidence of the publication of another almanac was wholly irrelevant, "for Gadbury, Poor Robin, Dove and Way do yearly publish their almanacs, though several of them have been dead since before the Revolution."
Thus Chalmers "reviews seriatim and gravely sets aside all the schemes usually proposed for the amelioration of the economic condition of the people" on the ground that an increase of comfort will lead to an increase of numbers, and so the last state of things will be worse than the first.