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trifle with
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The Aeneid
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as in: a trifling matter Define
something of small importance; or a small quantity
  • ’Accept,’ she said, ’these monuments of love, Which in my youth with happier hands I wove: Regard these trifles for the giver’s sake; ’T is the last present Hector’s wife can make.

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  • Don’t waste my time with trifling matters.
  • We all agree with the goal, but how to achieve it is not a trifling matter.

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as in: trifle with her affections Define
to treat somebody or something thoughtlessly or without respect
as in: a trifling matter Define
something of small importance; or a small quantity
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