inconsiderable[ in-kuh n-sid-er-uh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF inconsiderable
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INCONSIDERABLE
This settlement is inconsiderable, tho' one of the oldest next to the capital.
But the practical value of what we have found seems to me not inconsiderable.
In the daylight the bushes were inconsiderable and the path was bright in the morning sun.
He had gone no inconsiderable distance when his doubts were abruptly confirmed.
But I suppose it was really an inconsiderable amount, at that.
Not inconsiderable, too, were the outward pledges of his victory.
Of the catch of Lake Huron, only an inconsiderable amount are sold fresh.
But these sacrifices are distant, contingent, and inconsiderable.
The two cities are separated by what is no inconsiderable distance in our day.
The English loss was about two thousand, while that of the French was inconsiderable.