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in·con·se·quent

 (ĭn-kŏn′sĭ-kwənt)
adj.
1. Having no importance or significance.
2. Inconsistent or illogical: inconsequent reasoning.
3. Proceeding without a natural or logical sequence; haphazard: a speech full of inconsequent statements.

[Late Latin incōnsequēns, incōnsequent- : Latin in-, not; see in-1 + Latin cōnsequēns, consequent; see consequent.]

in·con′se·quence n.
in·con′se·quent·ly adv.

in•con•se•quent

(ɪnˈkɒn sɪˌkwɛnt, -kwənt)

adj.
1. characterized by lack of proper sequence in thought, speech, or action.
2. illogical.
3. irrelevant.
4. inconsequential.
[1570–80; < Late Latin]
in•con′se•quence`, in•con′se•quent`ness, n.
in•con′se•quent`ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.inconsequent - lacking worth or importance; "his work seems trivial and inconsequential"; "the quite inconsequent fellow was managed like a puppet"
unimportant - not important; "a relatively unimportant feature of the system"; "the question seems unimportant"

inconsequent

adjective
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inconsequent

References in classic literature ?
Grose looked round once more; she fixed her eyes on the duskier distance, then, pulling herself together, turned to me with abrupt inconsequence.
Then without a pause, with peculiar inconsequence, she said: "Where's that young fellow that used to come with you?
Sublime inspirations of science, astounding inconsequences of stupidity, are alike its portion.