Definitions for sequitur

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  1. sequitur(Noun)

    A logical conclusion or consequence of facts.

  2. Origin: From the sequitur, the third person form of sequor.

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Rand Paul:

    It kind of reminds me of the funniest moment, I think, of the second debate, where out of nowhere, complete non sequitur, he starts going after me. And I guess it's part of his bravado, his shtick, i'm thinking, how did we get the race for the most important office in the free world to sink to such depths, and how could anyone in my party think that this clown is fit to be president?

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