SUBSÉQUENT
, ENTE. adj.
Qui suit, qui vient après. Par un acte subséquent. Par traité subséquent. Un testament subséquent annule le premier. Cette matière sera traitée dans les chapitres subséquents.

L'Academie francaise. 1835.

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