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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

n. - Following in time; Something that follows something else.

Usage examples (35)
  • Jaghanya implies, here as elsewhere, subsequence in point of time.
  • The proof only works because when you divide the sequence in half, only one subsequence contains a non-random element.
  • In ascertaining (the priority or subsequence of men in respect of their creation) it will appear that amongst all the orders the Brahmana was created first.
  • Steve Carrell was actually being waxed for that scene and the subsequence scene of him walking down the street in his blood-flecked shirt is not a special effect. for more
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