inconsiderableness


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in·con·sid·er·a·ble

 (ĭn′kən-sĭd′ər-ə-bəl)
adj.
Too small or unimportant to merit attention or consideration; trivial.

in′con·sid′er·a·ble·ness n.
in′con·sid′er·a·bly adv.
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inconsiderableness

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"But yet," says Bunyan himself, "notwithstanding the meanness and inconsiderableness of my parents, it pleased God to put it into their hearts to put me to school, to learn me both to read and write."
damages would have been thought damages sufficient; but the small injury done to the plaintiff, or the inconsiderableness of his station and rank in life did not appear to the jury in that striking light in which the great point of law touching the liberty of the subject appeared to them at the trial; they saw a magistrate over all the King's subjects, exercising arbitrary power, violating Magna Charta, and attempting to destroy the liberty of the kingdom, by insisting upon the legality of this general warrant before them; they heard the King's Counsel, and saw the solicitor of the Treasury endeavouring to support and maintain the legality of the warrant in a tyrannical and severe manner.