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- adv. In an inconsequential way, or a way that suggests a lack of consequence
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an inconsequent manner; irrelevantly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. lacking consequence
"You should 'a' ben up at Riley's barn last night," Jim announced inconsequently.
Because they are so similar, I decided that if I was going to put effort and time into biscotti than I may as well put it into my great grandmother's mandel bread; which is, inconsequently, the very best mandel on this planet.
I hope you are thinking John McCain, who holds upwards of 90% of the same views as President Bush and inconsequently bottles beer for Anheuser-Busch.
My thoughts turned, inconsequently, out of their channel of bitterness, to fresh, desperate questionings.
Not inconsequently, there are some pretty bright lines, of which abortion is one, like it or not.
Then he somewhat inconsequently added: “He lives a very lonely life; he has had to do everything for himself.”
And Edward Rosier looked all round, inconsequently, with his single glass.
Isabel, inconsequently enough, was now sorry to hear it.
Apparently the Princess answered his sage phrases rather absent-mindedly and inconsequently, although endeavouring to show that she was listening to him with attention, because sometimes he looked at her in astonishment, trying to divine the cause of the inward agitation which was expressed at times in her restless glance ...
My question had a sarcastic force that I had not fully intended, and it made her, after a moment, inconsequently break down.
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