Word of the Day – sequitur

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  sequitur – (noun) to set apart

“Bella can get bone grafts in her legs,” he said, as if this were part of an ongoing conversation instead of a non sequitur.

from the novel, Ill Wind, An Anna Pigeon Novel, by Nevada Barr

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