irrelevancy

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The unexpectedness and irrelevancy of this for a moment startled Seth.

At this point McGeorge was lost in the irrelevancy of Lizzie's mind.

"Yes," she answered, surprised at the irrelevancy of the question.

The temptation to diffuseness and irrelevancy is as embarrassing and dangerous.

Pardon my irrelevancy, but the remembrance of a recent adventure of mine was too strong.

The suddenness of the question, its irrelevancy, made Mary-Clare start.

The irrelevancy of the question only added to its staggering effect.

Of what she did not say, but irrelevancy did not seem to matter.

"Windiness" and irrelevancy are the twin evils of conversations in fiction.

The irrelevancy of the question was in keeping with the odd horror of the dream.

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