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insignificant

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinsignificantin‧sig‧nif‧i‧cant /ˌɪnsɪɡˈnɪfɪkənt◂/ ●○○ AWL adjective 🔊 🔊 UNIMPORTANTtoo small or unimportant to consider or worry about syn trivial 🔊 You realize that your problems are insignificant in comparison.insignificant number/amountsee thesaurus at unimportantinsignificantly adverbinsignificance noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
insignificantThe spies' payroll included insignificant clerks and highly placed officials.The cost of the software is insignificant compared with the cost of training employees to use it.an insignificant detailThe anti-war group was an insignificant minority within the party.insignificant number/amountMore Republicans did answer this particular poll, he said, but it was a statistically insignificant number.The damage to reading, literacy and education would be catastrophic, but the revenue collected an insignificant amount.Sixteen people lost an insignificant amount, and nine others gained weight or stayed the same.Mathematically, an almost insignificant amount of living things in Florida call it Florida.
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