Sequent
Sequent Se"quent, a. [L. sequens, -entis, p. pr. of sequi to follow. See {Sue} to follow.] 1. Following; succeeding; in continuance. [1913 Webster]

What to this was sequent Thou knowest already. --Shak. [1913 Webster]

2. Following as an effect; consequent. [1913 Webster]


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  • sequent — sequent …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • sequent — 1550s (adj.), 1580s (n.), from O.Fr. sequent, from L. sequentem, prp. of sequi “to follow” (see SEQUEL (Cf. sequel)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Sequent — Se quent, n. 1. A follower. [R.] Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. That which follows as a result; a sequence. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • sequent — index consecutive, corollary, derivative, future, outcome, proximate, subsequent, successive Burton s Legal …   Law dictionary

  • sequent — [sē′kwənt] adj. [L sequens, prp. of sequi, to follow < IE base * sekw , to follow > OE secg, warrior] 1. following in time or order; subsequent 2. following as a result or effect; consequent n. something that follows, esp. as a result;… …   English World dictionary

  • Sequent — In proof theory, a sequent is a formalized statement of provability that is frequently used when specifying calculi for deduction. In the sequent calculus, the name sequent is used for the construct which can be regarded as a specific kind of… …   Wikipedia

  • sequent — adjective Etymology: Latin sequent , sequens, present participle Date: 1601 1. consecutive, succeeding 2. consequent, resultant …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • sequent — sequently, adv. /see kweuhnt/, adj. 1. following; successive. 2. following logically or naturally; consequent. 3. characterized by continuous succession; consecutive. n. 4. something that follows in order or as a result. [1550 60; < L sequent (s …   Universalium

  • sequent — 1. adjective /ˈsiːkwənt/ a) The follows on as a result, conclusion etc.; consequent , , . Maisie found herself clutched to her mothers breast and passionately sobbed and shrieked over, made the subject of a demonstration evidently sequent to some …   Wiktionary

  • sequent — se•quent [[t]ˈsi kwənt[/t]] adj. 1) following; successive 2) characterized by continuous succession; consecutive • Etymology: 1550–60; < L sequent , s. of sequēns, prp. of sequī to follow; see ent …   From formal English to slang

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