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insignificancy

noun in·sig·nif·i·can·cy \-kən(t)-sē\
plural in·sig·nif·i·can·cies

Definition of INSIGNIFICANCY

2
:  an insignificant thing or person

Examples of INSIGNIFICANCY

  1. <forced to face the fact that he would always be an insignificancy in such a large law firm, he decided to strike out on his own>
  2. <we shouldn't even be talking about a matter of such patent insignificancy>

First Known Use of INSIGNIFICANCY

1651

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