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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….
Detective business consist of one unsignificant detail placed beside other of the same.
I apperantly was so unsignificant that I didn't even get praise.
Detective business made up of unsignificant trifles.
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.
hermeneutics phantasmically contemplativeness jovicentrically unflatteringly redepreciate unsignificant leviticality
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
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.