- 1not following one another in order or sequence
- 2not consecutive
Using nonconsecutive: Examples
Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "nonconsecutive" can be used in various situations through the following examples!
The team won three nonconsecutive games.
The nonconsecutive days off made it difficult to get into a routine.
The book chapters are arranged in a nonconsecutive order.
nonconsecutive Synonyms and Antonyms
Summary: nonconsecutive in Brief
'Nonconsecutive' [non-kuh n-sek-yuh-tiv] means not following one another in order or sequence. It is often used to describe events, days off, or book chapters that are not arranged in a continuous or sequential order. Synonyms include 'discontinuous,' 'intermittent,' and 'sporadic.' Antonyms include 'consecutive,' 'continuous,' and 'sequential.'