inessential

[ in-i-sen-shuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF inessential
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It is inessential here to recount the details of these movements.

None are inessential, however slight; and none are independent, however forcible.

It was not for Louie to spoil the sport by pointing out the inessential omission.

You've been a good father in every inessential way, but no father at all in all that goes to make us men.

Of course the "subliminal" theory is an inessential hypothesis, and the question of pluralism or monism is equally inessential.

Inessential, in-es-sen′shal, adj. not essential or necessary: immaterial.

In everything he sought for the essential form, the form that contains all the other inessential forms.

To remove externals from us, to rid our minds of the illusive and the inessential, is simply to clear us for action.

The secret of my strength is my ability to reject every element that is harmful or inessential to the completion of my self.

There is no superficial criticism, neither does he concern himself with the inessential details of the theories.

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