Definition of insignificance
: the quality or state of being insignificant
Examples of insignificance in a Sentence
a tabloid newspaper devoted to people and events of astonishing insignificance
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Undeterred, Falcone cut check after check, bringing total investments in Ho Tram by his all-but-dormant hedge fund, Harbinger Capital Partners, to more than $450 million—a commitment that’s diluted everyone else’s to insignificance.
The success of those parties, however, is likely to pale into insignificance should La Republique En Marche secure the mandate Macron requires to govern successfully.
A ninth-round TKO loss against Andrzej Fonfara two years ago sunk Chavez further into insignificance.
My insignificance had become unspeakably beautiful to me.
And so was an obscure quarterback rescued from insignificance by faulty self-assurance, without a shadow of a doubt and with geometric logic.
The city’s sugary spires and golden filigree look at once better and worse for their current day insignificance.
Insignificance, a play by Tony Award winner Terry Johnson that takes place in a hotel room in 1953, will make its New York debut next month in a real hotel room.
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: the quality or state of being unimportant
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