Course and Succession


Course noun - A way of acting or proceeding.

Succession is a synonym for course in progression topic. In some cases you can use "Succession" instead a noun "Course", when it comes to topics like progress, event, order, sequence. popular alternative

Nearby Words: coursed, coursing, courser, courseware


Succession noun - Acquisition of property by descent or by will.
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Synonyms for Succession

Course is a synonym for succession in sequence topic. You can use "Course" instead a noun "Succession", if it concerns topics such as event, order, series. popular alternative

How words are described

long long course long succession
similar similar course similar succession
normal normal course normal succession
short short course short succession
Other adjectives: direct, regular, correct, proper, actual, quick, main, new, general, possible, random, next, english.

Both words in one sentence

  • Useful Notes / India Of course, the Mughals had a tendency to be their own worst enemies what with the Deadly Decadent Court and their fratricidal policy of succession.
  • Literature / Tuf Voyaging Right-Hand Cat: A succession of cats take this role for Tuf over the course of the series.
  • Of course, he originally came to power by being democratically elected (as President Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte of the Second French Republic), which made his position in the succession irrelevant.
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