Examples of irrelevance in a Sentence
the irrelevance of the comment brought conversation to a standstill
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Steve Coll has written a book of surpassing excellence that is almost certainly destined for irrelevance.
Donald Trump’s election exposed the irrelevance of conservative intellectuals — and thereby, the incoherence of many a liberal publication’s mission statement.
Frost’s unique pedigree casts him as the perfect savior for a once-vaunted program that has backslid into irrelevance.
Companies on the verge of irrelevance, such as Kodak, are planning to mint their own currency (KodakCoin), as is the government of Venezuela (the petro).
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But with lackluster fuel economy and outdated styling, its futuristic luster has paled to near irrelevance.
Strategic recruiting also requires a thorough understanding of what concepts don’t work or have become outdated to the point of irrelevance and belong in the HR recycling bin.
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