insequent


insequent
\(ˈ)in, ən+\ adjective
Etymology: in- (I) + sequent
of the course of a stream : apparently uncontrolled by the associated rock structure

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  • insequent — ịn|se|quent 〈a. [ ′ ] Adj.; Geol.〉 in keiner Beziehung zum Schichtenbau der Erde stehend (in Bezug auf den Verlauf von Flüssen) [<in...2 + lat. sequens „folgend“] * * * ịn|se|quent [auch: ] <Adj.> [aus lat. in = un , nicht u. sequens… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • insequent — ịn|se|quent 〈a. [ ′ ] Adj.; Geol.〉 in keiner Beziehung zum Schichtenbau der Erde stehend (in Bezug auf den Verlauf von Flüssen); Ggs.: konsequent (3) [Etym.: <in…2 + lat. sequens »folgend«] …   Lexikalische Deutsches Wörterbuch

  • insequent — in|se|quent [auch ... kvɛnt] <zu ↑in... u. lat. sequens, Gen. sequentis, Part. Präs. von sequi »folgen«> keine Beziehung zum Schichtenbau der Erde habend (von Flussläufen; Geol.); Ggs. ↑konsequent …   Das große Fremdwörterbuch

  • insequent — in·sequent …   English syllables

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