Definition of sequitur
: the conclusion of an inference : consequence
Examples of sequitur in a Sentence
a reasonable sequitur from that announcement is that you'll be leaving the company
Recent Examples of sequitur from the Web
Rather than pay to repaint the entire tower, Florence officials directed painters to turn the M into a Y and to add an apostrophe, providing the perfect non sequitur for a BMW 7-series review.
Like many of his speeches, Mr. Trump’s pitch at Rivertowne Marina was a wandering assortment of self-defenses, attacks and non sequiturs that bumped into one another like untethered barges.
Director Ossian Melin’s video is full of non sequiturs: Blurry digital effects, a piñata that bleeds bright green blood, cameras flying around the skies of the band’s hometown of Gotenburg.
This is an accurate reading of the report — and a non sequitur.
There’s a lot of strange, sudden laughter, and the dialogue is full of non sequiturs and talk conducted at cross-purposes.
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