inconsequentiality love



from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. the property of being inconsequential
  • n. anything that is inconsequential

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. The state of being inconsequential.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The state of being inconsequential.
  • n. That which is inconsequential.


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  • These hee-hee councils splendidly illustrate the inconsecutiveness and inconsequentiality of the Folk.


  • After that, to show the inconsequentiality of life in those days, we fell to playing.


  • But it was our inconsequentiality and stupidity that especially distresses me when I look back upon that life in the long ago.


  • To my left was a 60s building playing resigned host to the department of philosophy and every exasperating quibble and inconsequentiality it expostulated, and up further along the rawboned green breast was a business school erected in crisp glass and cleanly sectioned stone with marble facades.

    Excerpt from De Imitatio Calembouri

  • The very word Twitter suggests inconsequentiality.

    The web may be lawless, but it won't stay that way

  • In a moment which summed up the technical brilliance and supreme inconsequentiality of the tweet-happy live stream at ISTEK, Gavin Dudeney boldly tweeted that he was about to wave his arm above his head.

    Tweet-ups and tweet-watchers – how IATEFL Harrogate changed ELT conferences for ever… « Ken Wilson's Blog

  • As so much of the art of the 1990s MOCA recedes into inconsequentiality, the presence of new forms of entertainment such as Call of Duty might seem to challenge high art.

    Mat Gleason: MOCA Answers the Call of Duty

  • She was overhearing a conversation either carried on with no awareness of her presence or, more correctly, with an awareness of its inconsequentiality.

    The Whisperers

  • She shrugged, as though fully accepting the inconsequentiality of her life.

    A Girl's Legs Stirring The Air

  • The irony of the sheer boredom with which Canadians approach their democratic duty, each of whom appears to have become convinced of its inconsequentiality, is that it inadvertently resulted in a Canadian Prime Minister that would make the American GOP proud.

    Christopher J. Finlay: Obama in Ottawa: When Hope Met Apathy


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