inconsecutive

[in-kuhn-sek-yuh-tiv]
adjective

Origin:
1830–40; in-3 + consecutive

inconsecutively, adjective
inconsecutiveness, noun
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inconsecutive (ˌɪnkənˈsɛkjʊtɪv)
 
adj
not consecutive; not in sequence
 
incon'secutively
 
adv
 
incon'secutiveness
 
n

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Example sentences
The taxpayer also may claim the credit in consecutive or inconsecutive taxable years until exhausted.
The rate of spread was measured by the distance between population boundaries inconsecutive years.
The check issues reported on magnetic tape shall be inconsecutive, ascending order within each submission.
Survey teams interviewed seven occupied households inconsecutive order in each selected cluster.
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