from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adv. One after another; in a series.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. One after another, in order; taking one topic or subject at a time in an order; sequentially.
- adj. Point by point; sequential.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In regular order; one after the other; severally.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Serially or seriately; so as to be or make a series; one after another.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a series; one after another
The board's budget is often approved through a process called seriatim in which the five commissioners sign off on a proposal one by one in sequence.
And, moving on to the topic of this post, Saturday's term was seriatim, which is defined as:
TAUBMAN: They supported it seriatim, which is one after another.
But it may be that the effect is not the same in the magazine because of the variety in the authorship, and because it would be impossibly jolting to read all the short stories in a magazine 'seriatim'.
Comparisons between Faith Matters and NCS cannot be made precisely, as the NCS asked about four racial groups in seriatim: What percentage of your congregation is white?
Or if the point is that the minority is in danger of not being heard, a rule which allowed 40 (or 30?) members to require a further debate within a generous bu fixed limit (X more days) (once not seriatim) should do.
Ravel's exclusive publishing arrangement notwithstanding, it's not uncommon for musical works to be published over time by different publishers and subsequently freighted with the conflicting, sometimes overzealous or heavy-handed input of seriatim editors reflecting shifting interpretative mores.
Well, he did more than that; God knows what he said to them, privatim et seriatim, over the next two days, but it dam 'near caused a mutiny.
There is nothing “right wing” in the effort to encourage a single unanimous opinion of the Court, rather than expressing separate, or seriatim, opinions, which was the traditional English model.
This is the town where its seemingly unemployed Generation Why sit for hours within its numerous coffee houses drinking $5 dollar brews seriatim and typing endlessly into their brand new MacBooks.