If "succeeding" is the antonyms of "preceding", and they are both adjectives, then can I use "succeeding" as in the following examples:
1- The succeeding word of the adjective is a noun.
2- The preceding sentence of the subordinate conjunction is an independent sentence, but its succeeding one is a dependent sentence.
And, can it come after the noun in its adjective form?
The word succeeding the adjective is a noun.
If that is a correct ordering of the sentence, then why is it correct? Isn't "succeeding" an adjective that should precede its noun in order to describe it?