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Origin of immaterial
Examples from the Web for immaterial
It is immaterial if the infidel is a combatant or a civilian.
The lack of evidence for HGH as an effective performance enhancer is just as immaterial as its illegality.Major League Baseball’s Planned Suspensions Are Already a Bust|David Roth|June 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Whether blame is assigned to the failed follower or the failed leader is immaterial.
So as long as a lethal strike passes muster in constitutional terms, the location of the target is immaterial.White Paper Suggests U.S. Could Launch Drones Into U.S. Cities|Kal Raustiala|February 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
“Source” ends up feeling like an essentially virtual, Platonic, immaterial object.
If the colour of the heroine's eyes and the tint of her hair are immaterial to her career, omit such hackneyed data.The Lure of the Pen|Flora Klickmann
It is immaterial whether it is payable in the place where it is drawn or not.
All of which would be irrelevant, incompetent and immaterial if this were not a legal story.Tutt and Mr. Tutt|Arthur Train
How would that be possible if consciousness were an immaterial entity, independent of these anatomical organs?
That is immaterial; the defense could have demanded the same thing.The Awakening|Leo Nikoleyevich Tolstoy
late 14c., "spiritual, incorporeal," from Medieval Latin immaterialis "not consisting of matter, spiritual," from assimilated form of in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + Late Latin materialis (see material). Secondary sense of "unimportant" is first recorded 1690s from material in its 16c. sense of "important." Related: Immaterially.