inconsequential inconsequential  /ɪŋ ˌkɑn sə ˈkwɛn tʃəl/

Definition(s):

  1. (adj) lacking worth or importance
  2. (adj) not following logically as a consequence

Usage(s):

  1. When Lifehacker debuted in early 2005, a blog dedicated to tips and downloads for getting things done seemed an inconsequential addition to the blogosphere.
  2. Its weight made the shabby machinations and underhanded skulduggery that had preceded it seem inconsequential.
  3. Then you know that they have all been so horribly shattered by air power that the question of whether one has a few more houses blasted than another is inconsequential.

News

  1. Norwin graduates step up for college baseball teams

    By Doug Gulasy, Norwin Star Nick Cubarney faced several challenges this season as he made the transition from high school to Division I baseball. The biggest came in an inconsequential ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Mckeesport Daily News

  2. Brad Evans' winning goal came almost out of nowhere

    Brad Evans has always been something of an afterthought with the U.S. national team. He started once in 2009, played in a friendly a year later and was a late substitute in two inconsequential games in 2012. His bio doesn't even appear in U.S. Soccer's 288-page media guide.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: Daily Pilot

Quotes

  1. Natalie was very excited about meeting Charles, saying: "It must be strange to see a film version of your family. I met him briefly for the premiere of 'Star Wars' about eight years ago, but I'm sure it was an inconsequential moment in his life."
    on Feb 20, 2008 By: Natalie Portman Source: Monsters and Critics.com

  2. On CBS's "The Early Show," Rice said, "I don't agree that you would give it (the al-Maliki government) a failing grade. You would say that it's a work in progress. You would say that they have not made inconsequential movement forward on some of the...
    on Jul 13, 2007 By: Condoleezza Rice Source: Washington Post

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