• Following in order or time; subsequent.
  • Following as a result; consequent.
  • A result; a consequence.
  • Continuing in the same course or order; following; succeeding.
  • Following by natural or logical consequence.
  • A follower.
  • A sequence or sequel; that which follows as a result.
  • That which follows by an observed order of succession: used, in opposition to <em>antecedent</em>, where one wishes to avoid the implication of the relation of effect to cause that would be conveyed by the use of <em>consequent.</em>
  • A follower.
  • That which follows as a result; a sequence.
  • Following; succeeding; in continuance.
  • Following as an effect; consequent.
  • That comes <xref>after</xref> in time or order; <xref>subsequent</xref>.
  • That follows on as a result, conclusion etc.; <xref>consequent</xref> <xref>to</xref>, <xref>on</xref>, <xref>upon</xref>.
  • Recurring in succession or as a series; <xref>successive</xref>, <xref>consecutive</xref>.
  • Something that follows in a given <xref>sequence</xref>.
  • An element of a <xref>sequence</xref>, usually a sequence in which every entry is an axiom or can be inferred from previous elements.
  • A <xref>follower</xref>.
  • in regular succession without gaps
  • following or accompanying as a consequence
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