Examples of irrelevance in a Sentence
the irrelevance of the comment brought conversation to a standstill
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Today, the building is safe from demolition, but its fate is again tenuous, as the new owner struggles to rescue the synagogue from irrelevance and share its history with Arizona and beyond.
Behind a tall tripod from which a dark lamp-bulb depended, a pale accordion gate, evidently for night hours, stood collapsed into irrelevance on the righthand side of the road.
But with lackluster fuel economy and outdated styling, its futuristic luster has paled to near irrelevance.
Strategic recruiting also requires a thorough understanding of what concepts don’t work or have become outdated to the point of irrelevance and belong in the HR recycling bin.
The pastime teetered on the brink of irrelevance in the 2000s, in danger of being supplanted by increasingly sophisticated video games.
For conservative policy experts to define an agenda of working-class uplift, not an agenda of white resentment — which will consign Republicans to moral squalor and (eventually) to electoral irrelevance.
In this form, online gambling, odious and often ruinous in itself, also reduces players to isolated generators of statistics and the games and actual teams to an irrelevance.
Dan Hurley is officially the UConn basketball coach, arriving in a way that feels like a lightning bolt cutting through the dark clouds of mediocrity and increasing irrelevance gathered over Gampel Pavilion.
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