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Word: inconsequential

Definition: insignificant; unimportant


Sentences Containing 'inconsequential'

For the last two games of the 2001–02 season, which were inconsequential to the standings, Head Coach Jacques Martin stepped away from the bench, allowing Neilson to take the reins and become the ninth man to coach 1000 games.
I felt so injured by the inconsequential nature of this charge, that it gave me courage to be grave.
I had expected to see Sherlock Holmes impatient under this rambling and inconsequential narrative, but, on the contrary, he had listened with the greatest concentration of attention.
In the case of Cannas the petals are inconsequential and the staminodes are refined into eye-catching petal-like replacements.
The review also noted that 'any similarities are inconsequential, however, as this is a pop song so joyous and gratifying it could throw up on your dog and you'd still forgive it'.

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