negligible—Last year she applied to trademark her name, so soon we may need to refer to her as Bristol Palin®.
For a soldier facing 136 years in prison, the impact of that not-guilty ruling may be negligible.
Some might say the Palin name is invaluable; for now we'll go with negligible.
My jobs had been so awful and so badly paid that they were almost kind of negligible.
The results showed that while THC and alcohol combined impaired driving, THC had only a negligible effect on driving.
As a dramatist Voltaire is negligible for the very reasons that made him so successful in his own day.
She somehow gave the effect of judging him of negligible value.
England under Charles II was untrustworthy and vacillating, almost a negligible quantity.
It would seem, therefore, that the difference in time is negligible.
He struggled not quite successfully to be facetious over the pretty, negligible activities of his wife's sex.