Immaterial [adjective]

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Sentence/Example of Immaterial:

Whether Hand gets every save opportunity is immaterial — though he was a perfect 16 for 16 with Cleveland last year.

We literally lost only a few million dollars, which is fairly immaterial.

We’re — you know, so I think — what I think of that is immaterial.

Winning a championship, even under disputed circumstances, has a way of making everything else immaterial.

It is immaterial to whom the transfer is made if the purpose be to prefer one creditor to another.

It appears also, as far as absorption goes, to be immaterial whether the ammonia is free or combined.

It is immaterial whether she acquired her estate before or after the birth of the child.

Nor is the fact immaterial that he need not, and would not have made the payment had he known the true state of things.

Like him, he disbelieved in the existence of anything immaterial, for even a human soul is formed out of matter.

Much competent evidence (to borrow from the lawyers) we must reject as irrelevant or immaterial to our main issue.