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inconsequential
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The Fountainhead
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  • She seemed to find him suitable as an inconsequential companion for an occasional, inconsequential evening.
  • She seemed to find him suitable as an inconsequential companion for an occasional, inconsequential evening.
  • It’s only an inconsequential matter of the building’s appearance.
  • Just a sop to keep us quiet if we care to waste our time playing with the inconsequentials of life, while you’re making money.
  • And Dominique realized that what she saw in his face, what made it the face of a god to her, was not seen by others; that it could leave them indifferent; that what she had thought to be the most obvious, inconsequential remark was, instead, a confession of something within her, some quality not shared by others.

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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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