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sequitur

Latin, literally "it follows."

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Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper

Examples from the Web for sequitur

Historical Examples

  • If he had known her a year, then she had known him a year, and to a female mind the sequitur was complete.

    The Nebuly Coat

    John Meade Falkner

  • Some persons take as a “sequitur” a drachm of Carbonate of Soda.

  • I laughed, and insisted that it was a sequitur, and the conversation easily changed to another point.

  • Ipse vero subintulit; Si ita est sicut vos dicitis, sequitur conclusio de statu dampnacionis.

  • Sequitur meritum nostrorum operum nihil esse quam vanitatem et stultitiam, ne dicam impietatem et ignorantem impudentiam.