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  • s  lacking worth or importance
    his work seems trivial and inconsequential
    the quite inconsequent fellow was managed like a puppet

  • Under the deft, directorial hand of Howard Hawks, Bringing Up Baby comes off second only to last year's whimsical high spot, The Awful Truth, but its gaily inconsequent situations .
  • Among the couths, even the inconsequent are competent.
  • After raging furiously for over a fortnight the "Battle of Madrid" simmered down last week to a peevish interchange of inconsequent bombardments.

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