There are, it is true, irrelevancies even in so short a work.
One must keep to the question of literature, not of irrelevancies.
Sir,—The controversy as to the legitimacy of the recent attack on Freiburg tends to stray into irrelevancies.
Flippant interruptions the sage seemed to disregard, and if the topic dribbled out into irrelevancies he fell silent.
At the same time the digressions and irrelevancies are as good as ever.
Especially shall we require him to adhere to the point he has undertaken to discuss, and to retrench all irrelevancies.
He was ever a short-tempered man, intolerant of irrelevancies.
Ghosts, in a world where chiff-chaffs sang, were irrelevancies, even if they walked.
There were irrelevancies introduced into pictures for other purposes than that of statement.