Thesaurus / trivial

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Nothing was too vast or too complicated to be undertaken, no detail was too trivial to be studied.

England and GermanyEmile Joseph Dillon

Akin to this is fashionably slangy conversation concerning the latest thing in books, magazine articles, trivial plays.

The simple things and the simple people who surrounded her did not serve only trivial purposes.

The PrecipiceIvan Goncharov

The differences in colouring between the two lots of larv thus treated were, however, of the most trivial description.

He would not leave His people at a loss as to the most trivial affair.

On the slightest pretext practices, plans and rules are altered and for every trivial obstacle our laudable customs are abandoned.

Light and PeaceCarlo Giuseppe Quadrupani

Two killed and seven wounded were our trivial losses in a situation which might have been a serious one.

The Great Boer WarArthur Conan Doyle

She is trivial; she will not take your place: she will not count in his life at all.

Franklin KaneAnne Douglas Sedgwick

Now, you didn't nearly die at all, and death is not so trivial as we seem to think it, when we talk so at random.

In the Onyx LobbyCarolyn Wells

Instruct them to pick up the most trivial items of information concerning him.

Christopher QuarlesPercy James Brebner

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