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trivial
used in Change of Heart by Picoult

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Definition
of little importance — sometimes more specifically describing a challenge as easy and uninteresting
  • There were the trivial things: losing chocolate practically qualified as cruel and unusual punishment; I couldn't sacrifice my contact lenses; I'd sooner die than relinquish the Ouidad Climate Control gel that kept my hair from becoming a frizzy rat's nest.
  • In other words, my mother phones for reasons that are completely trivial compared to writing up a brief to save the life of a man who's going to be executed.

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