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In its journey from realism to absurdity, Search Party captured something that an Obama-era show like Girls—which, like its predecessor Sex and the City, quickly aged into triviality—never could.

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Indeed what's most depressing about Ngai's terms is their smallness, their triviality.

But, as I argued in yesterday's Daily Beast, its very triviality could make it matter as art.

"La, but you are an audacious creature," said Sonia, and the triviality of the remark sent Edith into wild laughter.

Nino looked into the pale, kind face, from which every trace of triviality had been washed by the warm water and the tears.

Behind the triviality on which men fasten with amazement as the governing factor in events there lies an inscrutable purpose.

The triviality, the emptiness of his existence outside of the walls of the mill made her heart beat with pure pity.

It made Miriam bitter to think that he should throw away his soul for this flippant traffic of triviality with Clara.


On this page you'll find 56 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to triviality, such as: baseness, cheapness, frivolousness, inconsequence, irrelevance, and paltriness.

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