Non sequitur

Non sequitur,

Definition of Non sequitur:

  1. A conclusion or statement that does not logically follow from the previous argument or statement.

  2. Conclusion or inference (or remark or response) that does not logically proceed from the premises (or what has gone before or has been said). Latin for, it does not follow.

Synonyms of Non sequitur

Argument, Argument by analogy, Argumentum ad baculum, Argumentum ad captandum, Argumentum ad hominem, Bad case, Begging the question, Broken thread, Brokenness, Circular argument, Claptrap, Crowd-pleasing argument, Disconnectedness, Disconnection, Discontinuance, Discontinuation, Discontinuity, Discontinuousness, Discreteness, Disjunction, Empty words, Episode, Fallacy, Fitfulness, Formal fallacy, Hysteron proteron, Incoherence, Incompleteness, Insincere argument, Intermittence, Irregularity, Logical fallacy, Material fallacy, Mere rhetoric, Moonshine, Noncontinuance, Nonlinearity, Nonseriality, Nonuniformity, Paralogism, Parenthesis, Petitio principii, Philosophism, Pseudosyllogism, Solecism, Sophism, Sophistry, Verbal fallacy, Weak point

How to use Non sequitur in a sentence?

  1. His weird mixed metaphors and non sequiturs.

Meaning of Non sequitur & Non sequitur Definition