Definition for CON-SE-CU'TION

CON-SE-CU'TION, n. [L. consecutio, from consequor, to follow; con and sequor, to follow. See Seek.]

  1. A following or sequel; train of consequences from premises; series of deductions. Hale.
  2. Succession; series of things that follow each other; as, a consecution of colors. – Newton.
  3. In astronomy, consecution month is the space between one conjunction of the moon with the sun and another. – Bailey.

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