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1A published, broadcast, or recorded work that continues the story or develops the theme of an earlier one.‘the sequel toHome Alone’‘The Prisoner of Zenda and its sequel’
follow-up, continuationView synonyms
- ‘It was one of the most anticipated sequels in motion picture history.’
- ‘Still grounded in realism, unlike its sequels, this film is arguably the best of the bunch.’
- ‘This, the original, was an enormous hit in its native Hong Kong and has already spawned a prequel, with a sequel on the way.’
- ‘It's a stronger and funnier movie and, for a change, more of a new story than a simple sequel.’
- ‘Was intimidation ever a factor when working on a sequel to an extremely popular film?’
- ‘They have to put up with some shoddy sequels to groundbreaking originals.’
- ‘Since this is a Hollywood movie we're talking out, the inevitable sequel was expected.’
- ‘For a low-budget horror sequel, the movie tries pretty hard.’
- ‘An attractive idea for a sequel to this book would be a discussion of such issues.’
- ‘Old horror monsters never die, they just wait a few years for a new sequel to come along.’
- ‘Is it a worthy sequel to the first film?’
- ‘I've actually got to figure out a place to end this so I can start the sequel to this story.’
- ‘As many film-makers know, the sequel to a blockbuster is never as good as the original.’
- ‘Beyond that, I have other stories to post, and I'm considering writing a sequel to this story.’
- ‘If all its sequels and spin-offs ran continuously on a single channel, it would play for over a month.’
- ‘Mostly reviled as trash, I was one of the few that found the sequel to be a fun and goofy romp.’
- ‘Studio execs in Hollywood are apparently looking for more original blockbusters and less sequels.’
- ‘I know you are working on a sequel to the book.’
- ‘Four of his hit films have had sequels, and each one of the follow-ups has been a colossal misfire.’
- ‘Over the years, three sequels followed, each worse than its predecessor.’
- 1.1 Something that takes place after or as a result of an earlier event.‘this encouragement to grow potatoes had a disastrous sequel some fifty years later’
consequence, result, upshot, outcome, development, issue, end, conclusion, postscriptView synonyms
- ‘The tsunami has certainly equipped a number of people with the skills to handle post disaster emotional and psychological sequels.’
in the sequel
formal As things develop.‘this modification of style, as will become clearer in the sequel, does not invalidate our earlier approach’
- ‘Other points will become clearer in the sequel.’
- ‘That this should be the case will become clearer in the sequel.’
Late Middle English (in the senses ‘body of followers’, ‘descendants’ and ‘consequence’): from Old French sequelle or Latin sequella, from sequi ‘follow’.
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