se·gue (sgw, sgw)
intr.v. se·gued, se·gue·ing, se·gues
1. Music To make a transition directly from one section or theme to another.
2. To move smoothly and unhesitatingly from one state, condition, situation, or element to another: "Daylight segued into dusk" Susan Dworski.
An act or instance of segueing.
[From Italian, there follows, third-person sing. present tense of seguire, to follow, from Vulgar Latin *sequere, from Latin sequ; see sekw-1 in Indo-European roots.]
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Hey this one could work in the most used words of this year too.