Insignificant [adjective]

Definition of Insignificant:

not important; of no consequence

Opposite/Antonyms of Insignificant:

Sentence/Example of Insignificant:

That said, the step taken Wednesday was not an insignificant one.

As viruses course through a population, they inevitably mutate, although most such genetic changes are functionally insignificant.

While not insignificant, these advancements still fall into the “baby steps” category.

Proponents of this move say that while the positive effect of remdesivir may be small, it is not insignificant, and that incremental improvements are vital in fighting this virus.

However, Brown said removing news articles from Facebook in Australia would be “insignificant” to its business because they are a small fraction of what users see.

An insignificant drop in sales was recorded by 27% of respondents, while 26% claimed a dramatic decline in sales.

Think of the immeasurable wealth of a Providence who could create such a wonder for just two insignificant human beings.

Today we did not proceed further than Mendoza (twelve miles), a still more insignificant place than St. Anna.

These maps were prepared for cyclists, and many of the hills seem insignificant to a powerful motor.

Douglas got clear with but insignificant loss, and, collecting his men by a prearranged note of his horn, he returned to camp.