sequuntur

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From Latin sequuntur (they follow), third-person plural form of sequor (I follow).

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sequuntur

  1. plural form of sequitur
    • 1988, David Knight, Sequuntur, Sequences and Other Formal Poems (Childe Thursday; ISBN 0920459102, 9780920459102)
    • 1999 October 23, "Paddy O’Connolly" (username), By What Authority Did Dr. Death Nuke Coos Bay????, in sci.engr.coastal, Usenet:
      To the north is where the shipwreck occurred. So it takes a stretch of imagination to figure those statutes (et sequuntur) authorize the governor to practice napalming shipwrecks floundering half-mired on the sand spit slightly north of Coos Bay.

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sequuntur

  1. third-person plural present active indicative of sequor