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uninfluential Line breaks: un|influ¦en|tial
Pronunciation: /ˌʌnɪnflʊˈɛnʃ(ə)l/

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Definition of uninfluential in English:


Having little or no influence: the country became a regular if uninfluential participant
More example sentences
  • I have never believed them to be uninfluential, whether peddling love, politics, sex, violence or corruption.
  • Admittedly that election was to the rather uninfluential position of rector of Glasgow University.
  • I wasn't raised in an especially religious home, attended a catholic school in the most unstructured, uninfluential way one can attend school, have no geographically close religious family… I don't know.
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