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irrelevant

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Prosecutors say it is irrelevant whether Caldwell personally breached the building.

That you really wanted a table saw is irrelevant to the exchange.

Brands generally are realizing that they have to get behind these larger social issues or they will quickly become irrelevant.

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When asked, Faulconer would sort of dismiss the point as irrelevant, because it is irrelevant.

The quandary of whether to freeze eggs or not could become irrelevant overnight.

That is decidedly not to say that politics and economics are irrelevant.

The added charge for access to hotel Wi-Fi is not only exploitative but increasingly irrelevant.

Nicki treats the obsession with her pop ambitions as an irrelevant, surface-level irritation.

Today many in the economics and urban planning professions consider such factors close to irrelevant.

Either they are unavoidable if your living questions are fully discussed, or they are irrelevant and they do not matter.

All the dull months he had spent with Cash and the burros dwarfed into a pointless, irrelevant incident of his life.

Without wasting time in irrelevant chat, the seconds walked apart for consultation.

Much competent evidence (to borrow from the lawyers) we must reject as irrelevant or immaterial to our main issue.

The mention by Hogarth of Ridley and Latimer they considered irrelevant; their fathers' heroic mood was a detail: not an entail.

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On this page you'll find 77 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to irrelevant, such as: extraneous, immaterial, inappropriate, inconsequential, insignificant, and pointless.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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