immaterial[ im-uh-teer-ee-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF immaterial
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMMATERIAL
A man is at once material and immaterial, mortal and immortal.
That he had been given an opportunity to sin was immaterial.
I believe now that you are misinformed as to the facts, but that is immaterial.
What he should do when he arrived and found them there was immaterial; he must get there, that was all.
Voices also ascended, wonderful in their distinct and immaterial clearness.
Morality and works may or may not follow, but they are immaterial compared with the other.
Beyond the material, he perceived the immaterial force which animates the world.
Irrelevant and immaterial to the facts at issue in the case.
Yet her evidence had been regarded as immaterial, hence she had not been called as witness.
The question of weight was immaterial, as the meat could be packed on the spare horses.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR IMMATERIAL
- few and far between
- null and void
- passed away
- passed on
- without foundation