irrelative

adjective
ir·​rel·​a·​tive | \ i-ˈre-lə-tiv \

Definition of irrelative 

: not relative:
a : not related

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Other Words from irrelative

irrelatively adverb

Examples of irrelative in a Sentence

these irrelative points only to serve to dilute what is otherwise a strong case

First Known Use of irrelative

1640, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of irrelative was in 1640

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