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Definitionseries (one after another)
replacement over time — especially of someone taking a job or position after another leaves it
- I said I thought a ridge that flattened out on top and had a little depth would be easier and more practical to hold than a succession of small mountains.Book Three (25% in)
- I meant tactically speaking in a war where there was some movement a succession of mountains were nothing to hold as a line because it was too easy to turn them.Book Three (26% in)
There are no more uses of "succession" in A Farewell to Arms.
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