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  • adj. Obsolete form of insignificant.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Insignificant.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having no significance or signification.


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  • Raspy voice, unsignificant chatter and hopes that someone understands….

    The Nervous Breakdown

  • Detective business consist of one unsignificant detail placed beside other of the same.

    Dear Carl

  • I apperantly was so unsignificant that I didn't even get praise.

    hamletwildie Diary Entry

  • Detective business made up of unsignificant trifles.

    The House Without a Key

  • The man saw the motion, unnoted and unsignificant to any other save Angele, meaningless even to Melvill, the innocent and honest gentleman at his side; and he realised that the Queen had had a warning.

    Michel and Angele — Volume 2

  • hermeneutics phantasmically contemplativeness jovicentrically unflatteringly redepreciate unsignificant leviticality

    Financial Market Meltdown in Second Life?

  • Nope, but since the rainfall record will probably get blamed on AGW I figure I’d try to balance it with equally-unsignificant data on the typhoon season. dover_beach

    Unthreaded #6 « Climate Audit

  • Spirit ",) may be understood, for Zeal to doe the work for which hee was sent by God the Father: but to interpret it of a Ghost, is to say, that God himselfe (for so our Saviour was,) was filled with God; which is very unproper, and unsignificant.



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