irrelevant

All Adjective
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  • He also states that any political views on the war are irrelevant at this point.
  • It is also irrelevant if the person could be saved in another situation.
  • The nature of the mass media today is such that the truth is irrelevant.
  • However, with the points system, time was irrelevant, and he was still in second place.
  • This proved irrelevant when the aircraft had too many development problems.
  • Events in the first film are treated as mostly irrelevant to second's events.
  • Given the varied nature of these possible causes, some questions may seem irrelevant.
  • He also states that the "truth is irrelevant" due to the nature of mass media.
  • The content of the box is irrelevant to whatever language game it is used in.
  • Generally speaking, it is irrelevant whether one is at home or not.
  • This is often very difficult to do especially with all the Irrelevant Information involved in the question.
  • Anything learned would immediately become irrelevant because of the changing environment.
  • In the developed world, the class distinction is now almost entirely irrelevant.
  • The majority of them eventually become irrelevant to more modern readers and go out of print.
  • The fact that the incident occurred across state lines was irrelevant.
  • As long as the people had chosen to act through representatives it was irrelevant who those representatives were.
  • A force arrow should lie along the line of force, but where along the line is irrelevant.
  • This French defensive success was made irrelevant by events further south.
  • The answer to this question is important as a negative answer makes further questions about punishment irrelevant.
  • Much in the college course seemed irrelevant to the gospel as India needed to hear it.
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Words starting with irrelevant

Meaning of irrelevant

  • adjective Having no bearing on or connection with the subject at issue
    an irrelevant comment, irrelevant allegations