He said he was living in a valley in Montana, which seemed a non sequitur in that setting.
non sequitur—It does not follow; an unwarranted 40 inference.
It is a non sequitur, but will still, I fear, be very influential with many.
When Chase had observed that Wirt's syllogism was a "non sequitur," the Judge, it seems, had "bowed."
Then follows the non sequitur, which is a Democratic earmark.
By a series of non sequitur arguments the average disputant succeeds admirably in proving what is foreign to the subject.
"Your last is a non sequitur, my dear sir," said I, laughing.
This would be a non sequitur, even if the premises were true.
This is a non sequitur, and a weak fallacy and gross delusion.
Curran said he was a perfect human personification of a non sequitur.
Latin, literally "it does not follow."