- pertaining to a logically developped argument.
- pertaining to a willingness to follow a prophet or a leader blindly, unquestioningly.
Etymology: Latin sequi, to follow
- 1989, w:Nick Cave, Nick Cave, w:And the Ass Saw the Angel, And the Ass Saw the Angel
- : 'Halleluja!' bleated the crowd sequaciously.
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