Noun(1) anything that is not essential
Adjective(1) not basic or fundamental(2) not absolutely necessary
(1) The matchbox is an inessential prop because Spade uses a peculiar cigarette lighter to light his cigarettes.(2) The album closes with ├ö├ç├┐Hey Joe├ö├ç├û and six catchy but inessential bonus tracks.(3) With such a policy inessential trips will be discouraged, the most economically and socially valuable ones will become easier and less polluting, and the environment will be enhanced.(4) The Nudix hydrolases thus offer an ideal system with which to study the evolution of a largely inessential protein family and its contribution to the individual biology of an organism.(5) Call me Marxist if you must, but since when does blowing away money on overpriced, inessential and short-lived goods constitute a subversive act?(6) Are sneakers inessential - if so, does that mean it is okay for firms pursuing market share and surplus in sneakers to run sweat shops?(7) False positive results from vegetable peroxidases and red meats in the diet are less likely than with more sensitive tests, minimising the number of patients undergoing inessential colonoscopy.(8) The High Court, he said, was not an inessential appendage to the new constitutional structure.(9) When you have to do it in your head, you have to get really to the heart of the matter and try to eliminate the inessential details.(10) This involves cunning compression strategies that throw out inessential data and crams the essentials onto tape using a head that rotates at 9000 rpm.(11) Each of these two Simple Minds records has its share of inessential material, but that is greatly outweighed by the good stuff.(12) Since the balance of power on the council changed in 2000, there has been a general consensus that York should try to reduce the number of inessential car journeys into the city centre.(13) It was the type of luxury but inessential furnishing that proliferated in type and quantity in sixteenth-century Venice.(14) In the end, both of the bonus tracks come off as inessential add-ons included for marketing, rather than musical, reasons.(15) Like their persecuting predecessors, they mistakenly believed that consciences could be forced in ceremonial and other inessential matters.(16) The inessential stuff between scenes, the transitions and build-ups and detailed expository explanations, are mainly not there.
(1) inessential :: uvæsentlig
1. unessential ::
2. nonessential ::
1. essential ::
2. indispensable ::
3. necessary ::
Different Formsinessential, inessentials
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