Forming or characterized by a sequence, as of units or musical notes.(adjective)
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Use "sequential" in a sentence
"Even though I already own all the old books, I do like the idea of having ALL the strips published in sequential order and at the same size."
"The New Yorker Cartoon Caption Contest Book is the first and so far only collection of those captionless comics at the back of the New Yorker magazine, each printed with the three “finalist” options and the winner that appeared in sequential issues of the magazine."
"While this is routinely expected in sequential programs, it can be difficult to guarantee in parallel programs, he said."