Consecutive vs. Sequential

Consecutive vs. Sequential — Is There a Difference?

Difference Between Consecutive and Sequential

Consecutiveadjective

Following one after another without interruption; successive

was absent on three consecutive days.won five consecutive games on the road.

Sequentialadjective

Forming or characterized by a sequence, as of units or musical notes.

Consecutiveadjective

Marked by logical sequence.

Sequentialadjective

Sequent.

Consecutiveadjective

(Grammar) Expressing consequence or result

a consecutive clause.

Sequentialadjective

succeeding or following in order

Consecutiveadjective

following, in succession, without interruption

Sequentialadjective

in regular succession without gaps;

serial concerts

Consecutiveadjective

having some logical sequence

Consecutivenoun

A sequence of notes or chords that results from repeated shifts in pitch of the same interval.

Consecutivenoun

A linguistic form that implies or describes an event that follows temporally from another.

Consecutivenoun

Consecutive interpretation.

Consecutiveadjective

in regular succession without gaps;

serial concerts

Consecutiveadjective

successive (without a break);

sick for five straight days

Consecutiveadjective

one after the other;

back-to-back home runs

Consecutiveadverb

in a consecutive manner;

we numbered the papers consecutively