Adjective "Insignificant" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ɪnsɪɡˈnɪfɪk(ə)nt/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Too small or unimportant to be worth consideration.
  1. 'The value of their lives is insignificant, compared to the value of our rights and freedoms.'
  2. 'This has led to a saving of over 100 requests a month our current daily workload which, if translated into money, is not an insignificant amount.'
  3. 'Don't think that local elections are measly, insignificant, and not worth your time.'
  4. 'The cost is insignificant compared to the joy it brings.'
  5. 'It is surely possible to imagine a culture, for instance, in which race would be an unimportant, insignificant characteristic of individuals.'
  6. 'What America is tasting now is something insignificant compared to what we have tasted for scores of years.'
  7. 'No matter what the outcome, no-one should ever feel that their view is too small, unimportant or insignificant for them to put it forward and have their voice heard.'
  8. 'The post-socialization troubles of the Chinese countryside were insignificant compared with those experienced by the Soviet Union.'
  9. 'However, these seem to me to be insignificant factors compared to the factors that weigh in favour of sending the matter to the Federal Court.'
  10. 'Getting a particular letter out is insignificant compared to finding ways and means of making your office run smoothly.'
  11. 'she was so small and insignificant'
  12. 'I may not have the ability to hide Rose or sneak her away from the dark wizard's lethal intent, but I was insignificant.'
  13. 'Jesus is saying to us that we matter in God's eyes, we are not insignificant.'
  14. 'I really did think their influence had waned to a point where they were as insignificant as they deserved to be.'
  15. 'You have to persuade them that they are insignificant and powerless so they will live their lives in accordance with that.'
  16. 'Why should those people give them respect and they are insignificant, you know, in their number and in their impact, you know, to the community.'
  17. 'But the Shadow had shown them that they were still insignificant and easily crushed.'
  18. 'They are pretty insignificant politically, and located too far away for anyone to really bother.'
  19. 'But I rest easy in the knowledge that we are insignificant in the grand scheme of things.'
  20. 'Because you are insignificant, the emperor in your heart can only be the dictator of one person, and that person is yourself.'
  21. 'It would show that while we are insignificant in the universe, we understand how we came to be.'
Meaningless.
  1. 'It involved handing them a sheet with two short and insignificant phrases.'

Definitions

1. unimportant, trifling, or petty: Omit the insignificant details.

2. too small to be important: an insignificant sum.

3. of no consequence, influence, or distinction: a minor, insignificant bureaucrat.

4. without weight of character; contemptible: an insignificant fellow.

5. without meaning; meaningless: insignificant sounds. noun

6. a word, thing, or person without significance.

More examples(as adjective)

"stakes can be insignificant for places."

"wastes can be insignificant in areas."

"somes can be insignificant in terms."

"people can be insignificant of beauties."

"people can be insignificant at glances."

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