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sequential
used in The Memory Keeper’s Daughter

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Definition
happening in a specific order — especially chronological order
  • She looked down to see emeralds, a long sequence of dark stones, caught in the gold stream of the chain against her skin.
    p. 89.5
  • Against the light were negatives he'd developed the week before: a series of photos of a human vein, taken in sequence, in gradations of precisely controlled light, the level of contrast changing subtly with each one.
    p. 152.7
  • Then Sam had traced the shaft of variegated light on her thigh with his finger, and slowly she'd felt her own sharp edges begin to soften, to blur, her emotions bleeding one into another in mysterious sequence, from darkest indigo to gold, reluctance transforming, mysteriously, to desire.
    p. 294.4

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