- n. alternative spelling of non sequitur. (all senses)
“That might help explain the second clip -- a trademark Ernie Kovaks non-sequitur.”
“Only this bronze or possibly marble statue would be fashioned as a confusing non-sequitur, such as a small boy riding a magical swan.”
“I love the off-kilter rhyming and how it all seems non-sequitur and yet makes sense at the same time.”
“Plus, it included lots of penguins in a non-sequitur gag.”
“The human ‘laugh’ is, afterall, just an autonomic response to the non-sequitur.”
“Now we can get our fix of Tracy Morgan's "30 Rock" character whenever Kanye posts a non-sequitur to Twitter.”
“Not only were many of the lines cliched, they were non-sequitur cliches.”
“Anyway, the movie rambles, one non-sequitur scene after the next, trying to fill in the spaces where the face of Heath Ledger should have been with other actors for absolutely no reason (other than the actor being dead at the time).”
“The general view would appear to be that default risks will rise even if the euro zone does start to issue euro-bonds—something of a non-sequitur under the received wisdom.”
“Maybe I am just being to under-literary to understand properly - but I was left scratching my head at the end of an otherwise perfectly good read and wondering if it had been named by the same people who give those odd and non-sequitur names to prize racehorses.”
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