Synonyms of 'inconsiderable'
not worth consideringHe was a man of great charm and not inconsiderable wit.
In 1949 it was still a small, insignificant city.
No detail was too small to escape her attention.
It's only made a slight difference.
She confessed her astonishment at her light sentence.
She is known for a number of minor roles in films.
Rows would start over petty things.
I don't like to visit the doctor just for something trivial.
The guests had each paid £250, no trifling sum.
Managers are convinced that the strike will have a negligible effect.
It was an unimportant job, and paid very little.
a small-time actress and model
a reminder of how inconsequential their lives were
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in the sense of inconsequential
unimportant or insignificanta reminder of how inconsequential their lives were
in the sense of light
relatively low in density, strength, amount, degree, etc.She confessed her astonishment at her light sentence.
in the sense of minor
not very serious or significantShe is known for a number of minor roles in films.
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