Definition of resequent in English:

resequent

noun

Geomorphology
  • A stream whose course follows the dip of strata (in the manner of a consequent stream) but is at a lower level than the original surface of the underlying geological formation.

adjective

Geomorphology
  • 1Designating, or characterized by the presence of, a stream or streams whose course follows the dip of strata (in the manner of a consequent stream) but is at a lower level than the original surface of the underlying geological formation.

  • 2Of a fault-line scarp or a related feature: having a relief similar to that originally produced by the faulting; specifically where such relief results from erosion of an obsequent scarp.

Origin

Early 20th century. From re- + -sequent, after insequent, obsequent.

Pronunciation

resequent

/ˈriːsɪkw(ə)nt//riˈsiːkw(ə)nt/