Elahi cited the “culture of impunity, culture of inconsequence,” that makes such attacks so common.
Where now he realized only his own inconsequence, effort would make him aware of his own impotency and insufficiency.
The great rush of modern life is apt to produce an inconsequence of action.
She knew that there was no precipitance—no inconsequence—with Him.
But this Linda ignored from her wide sense of the inconsequence of most things.
The deeper questions of motive and the inconsequence of some of her actions he preferred to leave till later.
Dorothy was a singular mixture of capability and inconsequence.
They would often act with an inconsequence that was really puzzling.
He flew to another thought with the inconsequence of the drunken.
And to say, "Because of the false brethren Titus was not compelled to be circumcised," is simply an inconsequence.