Row and Succession


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Row noun – A continuous chronological succession without an interruption.
Usage example: they won the championship three years in a row

Succession is a synonym for row in sequence topic. In some cases you can use "Succession" instead a noun "Row", when it comes to topics like procession.
Nearby Words: rowed, rower
Synonyms for Row


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Succession noun – Acquisition of property by descent or by will.
Row is a synonym for succession. Sometimes you can use "Row" instead a noun "Succession".
Nearby Words: success, successive, successor, successively, successiveness
Synonyms for Succession

How words are described

long long row long succession
direct direct row direct succession
solid solid row solid succession
endless endless row endless succession
Other adjectives: actual, big, easy, new, random, next, fifth.

Both words in one sentence

  • Video Game / Carrie's Order Up! Score Multiplier: You get more points if you serve multiple customers in a row, take as many plates to the dishwasher as you can at once, or grab multiple coins in quick succession.
  • Evil Uncle Maybe simply because of envy, and because the uncle will stand pretty high in the succession row.
    Source: Evil Uncle
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Succession or Row. 2016. Accessed October 20, 2020.

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