insignificant[ in-sig-nif-i-kuhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF insignificant
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All precepts, all religions, are insignificant agencies by their side.
That Mlle. Bernhardt should be insignificant does not much matter.
If any man call these things foolishness, his judgement is to me insignificant.
What is my insignificant life, when weighed against the happiness of Arvon?
No matter how slight or insignificant your eye trouble may seem.
The Spanish nuns are, absolutely, some of the most insignificant of beings.
It seemed to him but an insignificant island, and he called it Zeta.
His presence was hardly noticed at first, so insignificant was the man.
No action was too small, no emotion too insignificant, for his uncompromising realism.
Cats may look at kings, and the most insignificant persons may talk of Emperors.