- 1The quality or state of being irrelevant: the document was withheld on grounds of irrelevanceMore example sentences
- An even deeper problem than the perceived illegitimacy of privatization was its frequent irrelevance.
- Particularly among young Americans, continuing the ban will put marriage on the road to cultural irrelevance.
- Consequently, they have been enabled to push back against their growing irrelevance, increasing their role in global finance.
- 1.1A person or thing that is irrelevant: he regarded religion as an irrelevanceMore example sentences
- The rest of the test was something of an irrelevance.
- The Tories, however, have moved swiftly from being an irrelevance to becoming strangely fascinating.
- Personal pride in the quality of the work you did became a sentimental irrelevance.
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- The question is, will the United Nations follow the League of Nations and risk irrelevancy.
- But it's wild generalizations like this that point up the irrelevancy of such commercially-driven lists.
- When everything is digital, the word digital becomes an irrelevancy.