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sequitur

noun se·qui·tur \ˈse-kwə-tər, -ˌtr\

Definition of SEQUITUR

:  the conclusion of an inference :  consequence

Examples of SEQUITUR

  1. <a reasonable sequitur from that announcement is that you'll be leaving the company>

Origin of SEQUITUR

Latin, it follows, 3d person singular present indicative of sequi to follow — more at sue
First Known Use: 1836

Other Philosophy Terms

dialectic, dualism, epistemology, existentialism, metaphysics, ontology, solipsism, transcendentalism

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July 04, 2015
stringent Hear it
rigorous, strict, or severe
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