The mutual succession of things over time or put the act of after and being followed by turns alternate succession performance or occurrence since the alternation of day and night cold and heat summer and wintertime hope and fear
- successive differ from something or condition to some other and back again
- The mutual succession of things eventually or location; the act of following being followed by turns; alternate succession, performance, or event; because, the alternation of almost all the time, cold and heat, summertime and winter season, hope and fear.
- The response associated with congregation talking alternately using the minister.
The successive change fron one thing or condition to a different and again.
mid-15c., from Old French alternacion, from Latin alternationem (nominative alternatio), noun of action from previous participle stem of alternare (see alternate (v.)).
(n.) The reciprocal succession of things in time or spot; the act of after and being followed by turns; alternate succession, overall performance, or incident; since, the alternation of night and day, cool as well as heat, summer and winter months, hope and worry.
- (n.) Permutation.
- (letter.) The reaction for the congregation talking alternately because of the minister.
The west coast, with its alternation of sea and promontory, of rugged mountains and fertile valleys, its bright and varied scenery, and its fine climate, is almost a part of Europe.