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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpifflingpif‧fling /ˈpɪflɪŋ/ adjective British English old-fashioned informal  UNIMPORTANTpiffling amounts are very small and therefore useless syn trivial
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pifflingThe programme talks of selling a piffling 10% of them.In Britain government finance for schools and universities did not become available - and then only in piffling amounts - until 1890.
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