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immaterial
used in The Count of Monte Cristo

4 uses
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Definition
not important, or not relevant
  • "True," said Monte Cristo, "the loss of a sum of money becomes almost immaterial with a fortune such as you possess, and to one of your philosophic spirit."
    Chapters 59-60 (50% in)
immaterial = unimportant
  • But now we are alone,—although it is immaterial to me,—where are we going?
    Chapters 85-86 (15% in)
  • immaterial = unimportant
  • "It is quite immaterial to me," said Monte Cristo, "and it was very unnecessary to disturb me at the opera for such a trifle."
    Chapters 87-88 (93% in)
  • immaterial = unimportant
  • I rely much on external impressions; perhaps, with regard to you, they are immaterial, but I should be no artist if I had not some fancies.
    Chapters 95-96 (9% in)
immaterial = unimportant
There are no more uses of "immaterial" in The Count of Monte Cristo.

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