1. following with smooth or logical regularity.
2. Archaic. following, imitating, or serving another person, especially unreasoningly.
by 1640, “given to following leaders,” from Latin sequac-, stem of sequax “that follows, a follower,” from sequi “to follow”
“In a world peopled with limp critics and sequacious art historians the ruthlessness with which he used the battering ram of talent invariably earned my admiration and almost invariably my support.”
- John Pope-Hennessy, Learning to Look