Synonym: foolish, frivolous, inane, light, paltry, petty, puny, shallow, silly, slight, superficial, trifling, unimportant, worthless. Antonym: important. Similar words: striving, thriving, privilege, strive, contrive, convivial, driving licence, contrived. Meaning: ['trɪvɪəl] adj. 1. (informal) small and of little importance 2. obvious and dull 3. of little substance or significance 4. concerned with trivialities 5. not large enough to consider or notice.

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1 He could remember every

*trivial*incident in great detail.2 They always spar over

*trivial*matters.3 We were punished for the most

*trivial*offences.4 He often dissipated his energies in

*trivial*matters.5 Tony often gets angry about

*trivial*things.6 She showed her inexperience by asking lots of

*trivial*questions.7 Please don't omit any details, no matter how

*trivial*they may seem.8 The incessant hurry and

*trivial*activity of daily life seem to prevent, or at least, discourage quiet and intensive thinking.9 Work is common but great,

*trivial*and difficult, difficult and difficult.10 There are a few

*trivial*slips in this lesson.11 We were bored to death by his

*trivial*conversation.12 His problems seemed

*trivial*by comparison.13 Don't get impatient about

*trivial*thing like that.14 It's a

*trivial*matter and not worth fighting about.15 I'll try to fix it-but it's not

*trivial*.16 She works herself up about the most

*trivial*things.17 Her feelings for Simon seemed

*trivial*by comparison .18 At first, the incident seemed to be

*trivial*.19 There were a few

*trivial*slips in the translation.20 The quarrel was only about a

*trivial*matter, but it was years before they made it up.21 Let's stop discussing

*trivial*details and come/get to the point.22 Sexual harassment in the workplace is not a

*trivial*matter.23 They had been quite good friends for years, until they fell out about some

*trivial*matter.25 He will jump on every little mistake you make,[www.Sentencedict.com] no matter how

*trivial*.26 Don't work yourself up/get worked up about something so

*trivial*.27 It was a badly researched documentary which glossed over important questions while pointing up

*trivial*ones.28 I don't know why he gets so upset about something that is utterly

*trivial*.29 Getting computers to understand human language is not a

*trivial*problem.30 The director tried to wave aside these issues as

*trivial*details that could be settled later.More similar words: striving, thriving, privilege, strive, contrive, convivial, driving licence, contrived, trial, conviviality, industrial, trial and error, extraterrestrial, industrialization, industrialisation, industrial capitalism, drive, rivet, river, rival, derive, drivel, thrive, driven, driver, arrive, civil, vivid, civic, livid.