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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinconsequentialin‧con‧se‧quen‧tial /ɪnˌkɒnsəˈkwenʃəl◂ $ -ˌkɑːn-/ adjective  UNIMPORTANTnot important syn insignificant inconsequential but amusing chatterinconsequentially adverb
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inconsequentialFines levied against corporate criminals are usually inconsequential.The early conversation should be light and inconsequential.The uninspired prophet cut a rather lonely and ultimately inconsequential figure.Nor were they inconsequential gossip and rumor being whispered by small-town idlers on local street corners.an inconsequential little lieThe brief appearance of what may seem like an inconsequential maidservant may end up being the turning event of the story.The boost seemed somewhat inconsequential on most applications.Both stand for precisely the same inconsequential things.You may forget about this entirely, or you may spend some time exploring possibilities in a rather inconsequential way.
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