Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Trifling.

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  • adjective rare Trifling.

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  • adjective trifling

Etymologies

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See immomentous.

Examples

  • But not all of them stuck: among the many Shakespearean words that have passed out of use are "unsisting" (unhelpful), "immoment"

    WICKED THOUGHTS

  • But not all of them stuck: among the many Shakespearean words that have passed out of use are "unsisting" (unhelpful), "immoment"

    WICKED THOUGHTS

  • But not all of them stuck: among the many Shakespearean words that have passed out of use are "unsisting" (unhelpful), "immoment"

    WICKED THOUGHTS

  • But not all of them stuck: among the many Shakespearean words that have passed out of use are "unsisting" (unhelpful), "immoment"

    WICKED THOUGHTS

  • But not all of them stuck: among the many Shakespearean words that have passed out of use are "unsisting" (unhelpful), "immoment"

    WICKED THOUGHTS

  • But not all of them stuck: among the many Shakespearean words that have passed out of use are "unsisting" (unhelpful), "immoment"

    WICKED THOUGHTS

  • But not all of them stuck: among the many Shakespearean words that have passed out of use are "unsisting" (unhelpful), "immoment"

    WICKED THOUGHTS

  • But not all of them stuck: among the many Shakespearean words that have passed out of use are "unsisting" (unhelpful), "immoment"

    WICKED THOUGHTS

  • But not all of them stuck: among the many Shakespearean words that have passed out of use are "unsisting" (unhelpful), "immoment"

    WICKED THOUGHTS

  • But not all of them stuck: among the many Shakespearean words that have passed out of use are "unsisting" (unhelpful), "immoment"

    WICKED THOUGHTS

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