trivia[ triv-ee-uh ]SEE DEFINITION OF trivia
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TRIVIA
Now they draw nigh the groves of Trivia and the roof of gold.
A library of trivia, museum of curiosa, sideshow of freaks, and shrine of greatness.
The best description of London about this time is certainly Gay's "Trivia."
Graphic pictures of the manners of coachmen may be found in Gay's Trivia, ii.
We have so much capacity that the trivia expands to fill it.
If you have Trivia, and if you have time, will you humor your niece so far as to look at it?
He will go on calling an elevator a lift, and he will never write an American "Trivia."
The dangers of the streets at the beginning of the eighteenth century are described in Gay's "Trivia," iii.
This evening my father has been reading out Gay's Trivia, to our great entertainment.
Gay, in his Trivia, describes Milford Lane so faithfully that it might pass for a yesterdays sketch of the same place.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR TRIVIA
- brass tacks
- chapter and verse
- fine point
- meat and potatoes
- minor point
- nuts and bolts