inconsequence

[ in-kon-si-kwent, -kwuh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF inconsequence
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Then he added with inconsequence: "You'll come to England, won't you?"

The great rush of modern life is apt to produce an inconsequence of action.

She stood reminded; but, throwing it off, she had her first inconsequence.

Nothing that tends to make home bright is a matter of inconsequence, and this least of all.

Never is there a lying back in satisfaction or inconsequence.

They might merely prove the inconsequence of the authors thought.

It had lost the inconsequence of childhood, and taken on the maturity of the woman.

I am frightened, I laugh at the inconsequence of our social order.

But this Linda ignored from her wide sense of the inconsequence of most things.

Dorothy was a singular mixture of capability and inconsequence.

WORD ORIGIN

1580s, from Latin inconsequentia, from inconsequens (see inconsequent).

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