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  • n. The state or condition of being sequacious.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Quality of being sequacious.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Sequacious character or disposition; disposition to follow; sequacity.


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sequacious +‎ -ness


  • If it be said that it is manifestly unfair to compare a mystical writer like Emerson with a polemical or historical one, I am not concerned to answer the objection, for let the comparison be made with whom you will, the unparalleled non-sequaciousness of Emerson is as certain as the

    Obiter Dicta Second Series

  • The brutally healthy boy contemns the female sex because he sees it incapable of his own athletic sports, but Godwin was one of those upon whose awaking intellect is forced a perception of the brain-defect so general in women when they are taught few of life's graces and none of its serious concerns, -- their paltry prepossessions, their vulgar sequaciousness, their invincible ignorance, their absorption in a petty self.

    Born in Exile

  • Dryden had within him a principle of continuity which was not satisfied without lingering upon his own thoughts, brooding over them, and oftentimes pursuing them through their unlinkings with the _sequaciousness_ (pardon

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