Definition of serial:
aggravating, little, consequent, custom, continued, checked, episodic, chargeable, criminality, subsequent, take to, nonparallel, chronological, cock-and-bull story, tendency, detective, black comedy, daily life, flattery will get you anywhere, common practice, time, continuing, chequered, classic, adaptation, ordered, precede, were you born/raised in a barn?, hanging, comedy, attendant, Confucius says/Confucius he say, ensuing, asynchronous, whose side are you on?, concomitant, successional, periodical, extraditable, serialized, heinous, sequent, ritual, habit, resultant, dappled, drama, on-going, hit-and-run, way of life, incidental, successive, continual, straight, aggravated, broken, accompanying, candy-striped, crisscross, checkered, just what I (have always) wanted, ensuant, sequential, gangland, back-to-back, checkerboard, count on, routine, series, surprise, surprise, following, serial publication, as is someone's wont, consecutive, in series, first-degree, even.
- book (part of speech: noun)
- sequential (part of speech: adjective)
- prose (part of speech: noun)
- "Us and the Bottleman", Edith Ballinger Price.
I had felt that the rushing mode of publication to which the system of serial stories had given rise, and by which small parts as they were written were sent hot to the press, was injurious to the work done.- "Autobiography of Anthony Trollope", Anthony Trollope.
If considered dispassionately by adults, most of these are merely trashy, but quite possibly, and particularly in times like the present, the words of a song, or the incidents of a serial, may more readily give offence.- "Report of the Special Committee on Moral Delinquency in Children and Adolescents The Mazengarb Report (1954)", Oswald Chettle Mazengarb et al..