Examples of irrelevance in a Sentence
the irrelevance of the comment brought conversation to a standstill
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Could become a really top midfielder, or could fade into potential irrelevance.
The tough part is admitting that this may only be happening because Cousins is teetering on the edge of irrelevance.
Steam data indicates a 160 percent year-over-year increase in monthly VR usage on the platform, according to Ewert's slides, which certainly doesn't suggest a shrinking fad that's on its way to market irrelevance anytime soon.
Of course, the Cavaliers without James would probably return to irrelevance.
Healey says to be bounded geographically is to doom yourself to irrelevance in the academic world.
Bai caps his case for Pence’s future irrelevance with an impressive-sounding bit of historical data: There have been 24 vice presidents since 1900.
This team is not far from being top-four in the East with the Celtics/Sixers/Raptors, presuming LeBron leaves Cleveland and the Cavs fritter to irrelevance.
By the mid-1930s, anti-alcohol groups like the once-powerful Anti-Saloon League and the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union had faded into irrelevance.
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