in series, later, succeeding, back-to-back, resultant, successive, successional, concomitant, attendant, subsequent, sequent, consequent, incidental, accompanying, ensuant, time, precede, ordered, following, nonparallel
continuous (part of speech: adjective)
homogeneous, endless, nonstop, featureless, invariable, recurrent, seamless, constant, continuous, unbroken, straight, flat, connected, repeated, repetitive, uniform, ceaseless, perennial, perpetual, level, habitual, lasting, even, indefatigable, gapless, cyclical, regular, steady, unceasing, undying, persistent, unvarying, monotonous, unending, unchanging, unchangeable, consistent, robot-like, undeviating, un-intermittent, coherent, continuing, incessant, monolithic, continual, unremitting, interminable, everlasting
sequential (part of speech: adjective)
- In truth, she actually thought Grant had exhibited a kind of sequential personality over his life. - "Syndrome", Thomas Hoover.
- The casual relation between the pioneer building and journey of the Griffin and these statistics cannot, of course, be established, but what no inspired human prophecy could have divined, or even the wildest dreaming of La Salle have imagined, is as sequential as the history that has been made to trace all new- world development in the wake of the caravels of Columbus. - "The French in the Heart of America", John Finley.
- One example will suffice: Arno Holz invented the phrase " Sequential Realism," by which he meant the chronological setting down of life in as minute and truthful a manner as possible. - "Honor: A Play in Four Acts", Hermann Sudermann.