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  • r  in an insignificant manner
    some people living insignificantly among us
  • r  not to a significant degree or amount
    Our budget will only be insignificantly affected by these new cuts

  • The Brandenburg Gate and even the Parliamentary Building look insignificantly tiny next to the enormous proportions of the People's Hall.
  • The Brandenburg Gate and even the Parliamentary Building look insignificantly tiny next to the enormous proportions of the People's Hall.
  • Not insignificantly, Thompson dodged what could have been a lethal gotcha question from Chris Matthews, who asked the former senator, "Who is the leader of Canada?".
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  • Could you survive a dinosaur theme park visit gone awry? Take our quiz!
    One minute you’re cruising through a dinosaur theme park in your Land Rover, enjoying swelling music as herbivore dinosaurs raise their long, mighty necks, and the next you’re dodging a T. rex that has chosen you – insignificantly fleshy thing – as its second breakfast. Do you have the dinosaur smarts to make it out of this park alive?
    Aug. 15, 2013 - The Christian Science Monitor

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