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It is a completely incongruous non sequitur to everything that had transpired before.

It’s a bizarre non sequitur that feels like Parks flipped through a quote book and sprinkled in a down-homey proverb as an attempt at character development.

The sequence is a quiet, meditative and ominous non sequitur about the tragedy of humanity’s longing for meaning or direction.

There are many talented young winemakers in Champagne approaching their work with an eye toward natural winemaking, although some have argued that the very concept of “natural Champagne” is something of a non sequitur.

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He said he was living in a valley in Montana, which seemed a non sequitur in that setting.

In a complete non sequitur, Andy Samberg takes on Marky Mark in an SNL skit called “Mark Wahlberg Talks to Animals.”

His argument is a total non sequitur: how does Palestinian intransigence justify settlements?

The non-sequitur sum of the movies' parts can be overwhelming.

It's somewhat of a career non sequitur, going from overseas battlefield to deep inside a hidden bureaucracy.

A strange physiological fancy and a very odd non sequitur; but that is not our present point.

To Fisher's logical mind the proposal that he should apologise was a non sequitur.

By a series of non sequitur arguments the average disputant succeeds admirably in proving what is foreign to the subject.

You'll pardon my answer, of course, I was merely trying to top your own non sequitur.

A positive conclusion is technically known as a Non-Sequitur (Doesn't follow).


On this page you'll find 186 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to non sequitur, such as: deception, falsehood, heresy, inconsistency, misinterpretation, and paradox.

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