inconsequentially inconsequentially


  • (adv) lacking consequence


  1. The boys squabble endlessly, humorlessly, inconsequentially, and Lindo and Woodard, both fine actors, are given only one note apiece to sound, respectively patience and impatience.
  2. Other than those standouts, he filled his office inconsequentially.
  3. But Invitation to a March is as inconsequentially contemporary as a beach house, and about equally built on sand.


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