She was inconsecutive; but it was clear, when she paused in her walk through the long grass, that it was for an anchorage.
How curious life was; how curious and careless and inconsecutive.
Aunt Stingy was inconsecutive in her grounds of indictment against Lizarann, and this added to the sting of her injustice.
I fell into an inconsecutive review of my life under this light that touched every endeavor with the pale tints of failure.
Sir Charles was in a talking mood, and very soon said one or two inconsecutive things.
It is so rambling and inconsecutive that it takes more than one reading to understand it.
inconsecutive, in-kon-sek′ū-tiv, adj. not succeeding in regular order.
There is a succession of beautiful images expressed often with rare melody and distinction, but inconsecutive even to vagueness.
One might fill a dozen inconsecutive volumes with the strange things they exhibited.
"You are an inconsecutive puss," said the Baronet, very happy about the puss nevertheless.