Thesaurus / non essential
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- as inincidental
- as ininsignificant
- as inminute
- as inneedless
- as innonessential
- as inpicayune
- as insuperfluous
- as intrivial
- as inuncalled-for
- as inunessential
- as inunimportant
- as inunnecessary
- as inadventitious
- as inunwanted
- as ininessential
- as insupererogatory
- as insupervenient
- as inunneeded
- as inunrequired
- as incosmetic
- as indispensable
- as inexpendable
- as inextraneous
- as inneither here nor there
- as inluxury items
other words for non essential
antonyms of non essential
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Water itself is of course essential to the growth of every plant, but the benefits of Irrigation reach far beyond this.
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As a rule, however, persistent glycosuria is diagnostic of diabetes mellitus, of which disease it is the essential symptom.
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Such are most probably given by the essential oils, which vary in amount in different species of the plant.
De moi, je ne say qu'en dire, d'autant que je ne veux affirmer ny le si ny le non en ce dont je n'ay vidence.
But the essential problem of to-day is to know how far we are to depart from its principles.
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Certes le capitaine Merveilles et ses gens monstrerent leur pit non vulgaire.
It teaches you to take your time, or as the Germans call it, it gives you "Ruhe (repose)," the grand sine qua non!
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Spring Hill takes its name from a spring now non-existent, but which was once a favourite with the cottagers who lived near to it.
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