Definition for SE'QUEL

SE'QUEL, n. [Fr. séquelle; L. It. and Sp. seqeula; from L. sequor, to follow.]

  1. That which follows; a succeeding part; as, the sequel of a man's adventures or history.
  2. Consequence; event. Let the sun or moon cease, fail or swerve, and the sequel would be ruin. – Hooker.
  3. Consequence inferred; consequentialness. [Little used.] – Whitgift.

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