the quality or condition of being insignificant; lack of importance or consequence.
- self-in·sig·nif·i·cance, noun
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How to use insignificance in a sentence
The consequences for resistance are so severe exactly because it is so threatening, yet every day we are made to believe that these are acts of relative insignificance.Joy Williams’s ‘Harrow’ Takes a Jab at Climate Activism | smurguia | December 14, 2021 | Outside Online
If a Queen did cheat, her crimes fade into insignificance compared to the extensive philandering engaged in by medieval monarchs.The Sex Life of King Richard III's Randy Great Great Great Grandfather | Tom Sykes | December 4, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
No personal significance, or insignificance, can spare one or another of us.
Somehow those emails that had seemed so important last week paled to insignificance today.
Not to be one of them has become a sign of social insignificance.
But back to the pastor: His theological insignificance notwithstanding, his threat is a most dangerous development.
The loftiest pagan philosophy dwindled into insignificance before the sublimity of Christian hope.The Catacombs of Rome | William Henry Withrow
Her plain purple coat and wide Leghorn hat, with black ribbons, had the effect not of elegance, but of insignificance.The Rake's Progress | Marjorie Bowen
Indeed, the old Latin communities, with the exception of Tibur and Prneste, had sunk into insignificance.The Two Great Republics: Rome and the United States | James Hamilton Lewis
Never in all his life had Tom felt his own insignificance as he did now.Tom Slade with the Colors | Percy K. Fitzhugh
They abound with passages compared with which the finest declamations of Burke sink into insignificance.Beacon Lights of History, Volume XIII | John Lord