sequitur


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sequitur

(ˈsɛkwɪtə)
n
(Logic) formal a conclusion that follows from the premises
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Alfred scolds me, every time we meet; and he has the better of me, I grant,--for he really does something; his life is a logical result of his opinions and mine is a contemptible non sequitur.
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The Congress leader further said, "There's a word in English called sequitur, and the opposite of it is non sequitur.
In all honesty]") or throws in an abrupt non sequitur ("[Carelessness is in]")--although one would be hard-pressed to say what is and isn't non sequitur here, or to divide the text into the categories of words thought and words spoken.
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And it's a total non sequitur deriving "digital fatigue" from the rise of ad blocking.
Is his scaremongering aimed at frightening us into becoming 'Remainians' - it's a complete non sequitur.
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The comment was a typical non sequitur by Rafsanjani.
voice there is no such thing as non sequitur when you are in
The soloist joining Sequitur on this occasion was tenor William Ferguson, an exceptionally versatile musician who had already sung in at least four world premieres, including new operas by Lee Hoiby and Anthony Davis, as well as the comic oratorio Not the Messiah.