inconsequential : Definition, Usages, News and More

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ing kon suh kwen chuhl

  • s  lacking worth or importance
    his work seems trivial and inconsequential
  • s  not following logically as a consequence

  • When Lifehacker debuted in early 2005, a blog dedicated to tips and downloads for getting things done seemed an inconsequential addition to the blogosphere.
  • Nonetheless, this seemingly inconsequential site with an oddball name is at the heart of a legal scuffle between eBay and Craigslist, in which the companies are suing each other .
  • Its weight made the shabby machinations and underhanded skulduggery that had preceded it seem inconsequential.
News & Articles

  • 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 ...
    June 12, 2013 - The Mckeesport Daily News
  • 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.
    June 10, 2013 - Daily Pilot

  • Natalie Portman in Monsters and
    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."
  • Condoleezza Rice in Washington Post
    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...

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