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inconsequential
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Atlas Shrugged
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  • The dark gray eyes were direct and disturbing, as if they cut through things, throwing the inconsequential out of the way.
  • She appeared to him suddenly as some inconsequential presence that had to be dealt with at the moment.
  • It was as if the centuries had sifted the family’s qualities through a fine mesh, had discarded the irrelevant, the inconsequential, the weak, and had let nothing through except pure talent; as if chance, for once, had achieved an entity devoid of the accidental.

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  • Once I was accepted in college, high school work seemed inconsequential.
  • I’m spending a lot of time on it. Although the impact on my grade is inconsequential, I find the assignment fascinating.

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