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Adjective: consecutive  kun'sek-yu-tiv
  1. One after the other
    "consecutive home runs";
    - back-to-back
  2. In regular succession without gaps
    "consecutive concerts";
    - sequent, sequential, serial, successive
  3. Successive (without a break)
    "sick for five consecutive days";
    - straight
Adverb: consecutive  kun'sek-yu-tiv
  1. In a sequential manner
    "he was consecutive ill, then well, then ill again";
    - sequentially, consecutively

See also: continuous, ordered, succeeding, uninterrupted

Encyclopedia: Consecutive