Definition of inconsecutive in English:

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Pronunciation: /ɪnkənˈsɛkjʊtɪv/


Not in order or following continuously.
Example sentences
  • They trapped the Massachusetts liberal into admitting he carried on an affair with a young intern, and then when the smoke cleared, they launched on his voting record - a record that was consecutive with being inconsecutive.
  • What if I have taught in different schools, and/or have taught for three inconsecutive years?
  • Unless a treasure trove of forgotten images is one day unearthed, there will be endless speculation of what exactly occurred during those five, inconsecutive, steamy nights and early morning hours.



Example sentences
  • For the remainder of that round, players continue placing cards as before until 2 cards of matching values are placed inconsecutively.
  • The testimony the jury requested occurred inconsecutively, on four different days, and spanned more than three hundred transcript pages.

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