Examples of trivialize in a Sentence
The news story trivialized the problem.
He is trivializing the situation.
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The issues of maintaining civilization and taming the hubristic impulses in individual characters and throughout the universe were trivialized into kid stuff.
The result of this collective toil is a singular vessel for beauty and pleasure, subject to the whims of the market and the vagaries of taste and therefore easy to trivialize.
But for all the efforts to elevate the protagonists’ serial crises, much of their story feels trivialized by a perplexing emotional grandiosity that pervades the play.
Not only is blackface offensive, it‘s doubly wrong for Cole to trivialize powerful NFL protests against police brutality with a costume.
And when one company recently advertised a costume that seemingly trivialized the Holocaust, Twitter users were (rightfully) not having it.
This trivializes the import of Bone's question, which happens to be the closest the candidates have come to talking about the climate crisis in any of the three debates so far.
When the statue’s inclusion in the Sculpture Garden was announced, critics argued that the work trivializes a painful episode in Dakota history.
Punishing speech protected by the First Amendment trivializes actual harassment.
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