Arranged or occurring in a series or in rows.(adjective)
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Use "seriate" in a sentence
"Spikelets 1 - or more-flowered, sessile, 1 - to 2 - or more-seriate on the rachis of a simple spike, or partially sunk in cavities of the same."
"When the nest is new, I think I see a reason why the Mason-bee should seriate her laying into females and then males."
"[To the honorable seriate and house of representatives, April 1, 1907.]"