Definition for SE-QUA'CIOUS

SE-QUA'CIOUS, a. [L. sequax, from sequor, to follow. See Seek.]

  1. Following; attendant. Trees uprooted left their place, / Sequacious of the lyre. – Dryden. The fond sequacious herd. – Thomson.
  2. Ductile; pliant. The forge was easy, and the matter ductile and sequacious. [Little used.] – Ray.

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