- (adv) lacking consequence
- The boys squabble endlessly, humorlessly, inconsequentially, and Lindo and Woodard, both fine actors, are given only one note apiece to sound, respectively patience and impatience.
- Other than those standouts, he filled his office inconsequentially.
- But Invitation to a March is as inconsequentially contemporary as a beach house, and about equally built on sand.
- Fiancés whose favorite book is The Fountainhead are a fact of life. The merciful thing about wedding planning is that there's so much to talk about — inconsequentially, but truthfully — without ever getting around to the objectionable objectivist. This UCB video (h/t the Hairpin) breaks down the art of ... More »on August 22, 2013 Source: New York Magazine