inconsecutive

Related to inconsecutive: nonconsecutive

inconsecutive

(ˌɪnkənˈsɛkjʊtɪv)
adj
not consecutive; not in sequence
ˌinconˈsecutively adv
ˌinconˈsecutiveness n
References in classic literature ?
We were inconsecutive, illogical, and inconsequential.
At times came robbers and thieves, at times came diseases among the beasts and shortness of food, once the country was worried by a pack of boar-hounds he helped to kill; he went through many inconsecutive, irrelevant adventures.
For each ovary, we randomly chose five inconsecutive slides for staining, and the antral follicles were evaluated.
For the comprehensive evaluation of our method, we compare the performances of the following approaches: 1) MIH [7], the standard multi-index hashing method; 2) DDMIH [11], data driven multi-index hashing method by separating the correlated bits into different inconsecutive segments; 3) DOMIH, our method proposed in this paper.
Lubezki patiently and lovingly evokes midtwentieth century suburban Texas (at least for white, middle-class viewers), and yet Malick's trademark style of editing--specifically, its inconsecutive images, lack of predictable narrative, and overlay of whispering voices--prevents the coalescence of these images into a claimed ownership of some hoped-for past.
On the contrary, the clutter or false target appears randomly in the three-dimensional space and it is hit by inconsecutive illuminations, resulting in a false track consisting of much less points compared with the true track.
He was also given priority in the cab queue for six consecutive or inconsecutive times.
These stages consist of complex consecutive and inconsecutive reactions (Gunstone 2004; Frankel 2005).