Insignificance Definition

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1. All else seemed to fade into insignificance. 1
2. All other issues fade into insignificance compared with the struggle for survival. 1
3. Asas it comesit disappears , leaving us to dwell on our own insignificance to face the god. 1
4. Behind there are vertical cliffs, a dynamic backdrop dwarfing the harbour to insignificance. 1
5. Everything else that happened in my life pales into insignificance beside that one event. 1
6. He also wishes to comment upon the ineptitude and insignificance of human beings in relation to our own mortality and the magnificence and endlessness of nature. 1
7. He had seen it grow from insignificance to prominence. 1
8. Her achievements fade into insignificance beside those of her sisters. 1
9. Her insignificance in the presence of so much magnificence faintly affected her. 1
10. Her own cards sent in reply, picturing the pier or the downs behind the town, were of monumental insignificance. 1
11. Her own problems paled into insignificance beside this terrible news. 1
12. His excruciating pains of confinement make mine pale into humbling insignificance. 1
13. I think the Chris Hani murder has just paled everything else into insignificance. 1
14. If the profession had declined into almost insignificance it is doubtful whether there would have been such a burgeoning of diplomatic posts. 1
15. In Britain, their insignificance was overcome by the long agitation for affiliation to the Labour Party. 1
16. In general, how-ever, these problems pale to insignificance compared to the problem of radioactive waste disposal. 1
17. In the latter stage, older people are upset by feelings of uselessness and insignificance. 1
18. In Washington, obscurity is never a measure of insignificance. 1
19. It is above the common mass , above idleness, above want, above insignificance. 1
20. It was above the common mass , above idleness, above want, above insignificance. 1
21. It was without end or beginning, paling all emotional experiences into insignificance. 1
22. Our problems pale into insignificance when compared to theirs. 1
23. Success took him from insignificance to wealth and fame. 1
24. Text books of mycology typically end the chapter on Laboulbeniales with a statement on their economic and commercial insignificance. 1
25. The cost pales into insignificance when compared with the damage done to his reputation. 1
26. The grandeur of the mountains is a constant reminder of man's insignificance. 1
27. The likes of Brad Pitt, Nicole Kidman and Angelina Jolie may monopolise the media spotlight, but judged in terms of bank balance alone, they pale into insignificance when compared with Harrison Ford. 1
28. The relative insignificance of malfunctioning signals is borne out by statistics from the Federal Railroad Administration. 1
29. Their other problems paled into insignificance beside this latest catastrophe. 1
30. There are still some problems, but they pale into insignificance when compared to the difficulties facing Russia. 1
 

Insignificance

[ˈˌinsiɡˈnifəkəns]

NOUN

insignificances (plural noun) · insignificancy (noun) · insignificancies (plural noun)

  - the quality of being too small or unimportant to be worth consideration.

Synonyms

List of Prefixes

A-
Afro-
After-
Ambi-
Amphi-
An-
Ana-
Anglo-
Ante-
Anti-
Ap-
Apo-
Arch-
Astro-
Auto-
Back-
Be-
Bi-

List of Suffixes

-Acy
-Al
-Ance
-Ence
-Dom
-Er
-Or
-Ism
-Ist
-Ity
-Ty
-Ment
-Ness
-Ship
-Sion
-Tion
-Ate
-En