Etymology
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subsequence (n.)

c. 1500, from Late Latin subsequentia "act of following, succession," from Latin subsequens (see subsequent). Related: Subsequency.

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Definitions of subsequence

subsequence (n.)
something that follows something else;
Synonyms: sequel
subsequence (n.)
following in time;
Synonyms: posteriority / subsequentness
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