Consecutive [adjective]

Definition of Consecutive:

in sequence

Opposite/Antonyms of Consecutive:

Sentence/Example of Consecutive:

For two consecutive seasons he lived in the sunlight of Mademoiselle Duvigne's presence.

Altogether, we spent five consecutive days hovering around that collection of law-enforcers, in imminent risk of capture.

It ran for a longer consecutive period in Germany than any play by any Englishman—not excepting Shakespeare.

Do you realize that I literally never know what it is to have more than three or four consecutive hours of sleep?

The books are not written on paper of the same size, nor in consecutive order, although by the same hand.

In 1783, at two consecutive executions, twenty persons were hanged together.

Two or three consecutive performances of one play remain a rarity.

Promise me three consecutive hours of your company when I'm awake, or I shan't get over regretting what I've missed.

You will see that it will be necessary for you to perform four consecutive hours' duty.

The effect will be to limit working expenses, for when the gross earnings for three consecutive years exceed 17 per cent.