rhythmic succession

rhythmic succession

[′rith·mik sək′sesh·ən]
(geology)
A succession of rock units showing continual and repeated changes of lithology.
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A rhythmic succession of negations conveys the monotony of being defined by everything you're not.
What made this storm so bad was the rhythmic succession of multiple waves of rain and lightning," said Charles Jenkins, Senior Vice President.