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inconsequent

adjective in·con·se·quent \-ˌkwent, -kwənt\

Definition of INCONSEQUENT

1
a :  lacking reasonable sequence :  illogical
b :  inconsecutive
3
in·con·se·quent·ly adverb

Examples of INCONSEQUENT

  1. <presents an inconsequent argument for a major reversal in the nation's policy on narcotics>

Origin of INCONSEQUENT

Late Latin inconsequent-, inconsequens, from Latin in- + consequent-, consequens consequent
First Known Use: 1579

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