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Desultory


DESULTORY, adjective [Latin , to leap.]

1. Leaping; passing from one thing or subject to another, without order or natural connection; unconnected; immethodical; as a desultory conversation.

2. Coming suddenly; started at the moment; not proceeding from natural order or connection with what precedes; as a desultory thought.