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in·con·se·quen·tial

 (ĭn-kŏn′sĭ-kwĕn′shəl, ĭn′kŏn-)
adj.
1. Lacking importance.
2. Not following from premises or evidence; illogical.
n.
A triviality.

in·con′se·quen′ti·al′i·ty (-kwĕn′shē-ăl′ĭ-tē), in·con′se·quen′tial·ness (-shəl-nĭs) n.
in·con′se·quen′tial·ly adv.

inconsequential

(ˌɪnkɒnsɪˈkwɛnʃəl; ɪnˌkɒn-) or

inconsequent

adj
1. not following logically as a consequence
2. trivial or insignificant
3. not in a logical sequence; haphazard
ˌinconseˌquentiˈality, ˌinconseˈquentialness, inˈconsequence, inˈconsequentness n
ˌinconseˈquentially, inˈconsequently adv

in•con•se•quen•tial

(ˌɪn kɒn sɪˈkwɛn ʃəl, ɪnˌkɒn-)

adj.
1. having little importance; trivial.
2. inconsequent; illogical.
3. irrelevant.
[1615–25]
in`con•se•quen`ti•al′i•ty, n.
in`con•se•quen′tial•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.inconsequential - lacking worth or importance; "his work seems trivial and inconsequential"; "the quite inconsequent fellow was managed like a puppet"
unimportant - not important; "a relatively unimportant feature of the system"; "the question seems unimportant"
2.inconsequential - not following logically as a consequence
illogical, unlogical - lacking in correct logical relation

inconsequential

adjective unimportant, trivial, insignificant, minor, petty, trifling, negligible, paltry, immaterial, measly, inconsiderable, nickel-and-dime (U.S. slang), of no significance a reminder of how inconsequential their lives were

inconsequential

adjective
Not of great importance:
Translations

inconsequential

[ɪnˌkɒnsɪˈkwenʃəl] ADJ [conversation] → sin trascendencia; (= illogical) → ilógico

inconsequential

[ɪnˌkɒnsɪˈkwɛnʃəl] adjsans importance

inconsequential

adjbeziehungslos, irrelevant; (= not logical)unlogisch, nicht folgerichtig; (= unimportant)unbedeutend, unwichtig

inconsequential

[ɪnˌkɒnsɪˈkwɛnʃl] inconsequent [ɪnˈkɒnsɪkwənt] adj (conversation) → senza importanza; (remark) → irrilevante
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