Examples of immaterial in a sentence
Whether or not he intended to cause problems is immaterial.
The fact that she is a woman is immaterial and irrelevant.
Origin and Etymology of immaterial
Middle English immaterial, from Late Latin immaterialis, from Latin in- + Late Latin materialis material
First Known Use: 14th century
IMMATERIAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of immaterial for English Language Learners
: not important or significant
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Legal Definition of immaterial
: not essential, pertinent, or of consequence the jury could have discounted the medical history evidence, or while accepting its accuracy, found it immaterial — Willett v. State, 911 S.W.2d 937 (1995) — compare irrelevant
immateriality\ˌi-mə-ˌtir-ē-ˈa-lə-tē\ play noun
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