from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. Of such extremely small quantity or degree that it is not worth measuring.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. without significance, importance, or effect; to no purpose.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an insignificant manner; without meaning; without importance or effect.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an insignificant manner
- adv. not to a significant degree or amount
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A face that might be called insignificantly pretty and caressing manners thinly disguised the man's deeply-rooted egoism and habit of continually calculating the chances of a career which at that time looked problematical enough; though his choice of Mme. de
A face that might be called insignificantly pretty and caressing manners thinly disguised the man’s deeply-rooted egoism and habit of continually calculating the chances of a career which at that time looked problematical enough; though his choice of Mme. de Chaulieu
This announcent also flies ine th face of all the Scottish governments shared equity initiatves aimed at encourgaing home ownership and noy insignificantly swallowing up an ever increasing slice of the housing budget at the expense of new build for rent.
But so far it appears that Miller put in a LOT of what would normally be high dollar hours to make the not insignificantly cheap paperwork costs associated with his case succeed.
Though it is widely discussed among scientists that what comes with global warming is global chilling, and while in some possibly good portion an inherent part of natural cycles, there is little doubt among leading scientists that our collective behaviors are not insignificantly responsible for these bizarre and extreme weather patterns.
Assange brought a trove of raw data and a considerable degree of savviness about how to work with vast, complex databases -- and, not insignificantly, the ability to publish outside the reach of any individual jurisdiction.
The spectacular permanent set is a teeming Glasgow slum tenement ( "tenement" refers even now to any Scottish apartment block) on one and a half floors, so the audience sees half of what's happening (insignificantly) on the upper floor.
For a long time, the belief was that the Earth's tilt would change only insignificantly in the next century.
The G forces are increasing slowly, insignificantly.
Not insignificantly London's first novel, also written during this period, centers around a woman.