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Spell check of unimportant

Correct spelling: unimportant

shadowy, inconsequent, lilliputian, slight, undistinguished, unserviceable, ineffectual, fiddling, futile, unsubstantial, immaterial, insignificant, niggling, little, baseless, piddling, trite, banal, bootless, unreal, picayune, fruitless, paltry, peanut, trifling, vain, footling, insipid, nugatory, inconsiderable, unprofitable, empty, useless, unsatisfying, lightweight, potty, penny ante, indifferent, small-time, inconsequential, hole-in-corner, unnecessary, null, trivial, small-fry, frivolous, flyspeck, big, small, second-rate, measly, negligible, incidental, vapid, petty, visionary, light, unavailing, nickel-and-dime, worthless, inappreciable, superficial, profitless, foolish, delusive, one-horse, minor, deceitful, minute, Mickey Mouse, inconstant, piffling, hole-and-corner, idle, abortive, irrelevant.

effective, preeminent, strategic, worthwhile, fundamental, beta, famous, of import, fatal, heavy, of the essence, distinguished, outstanding, fateful, adequate, essential, major, serviceable, impressive, consequential, overmastering, illustrious, overriding, all-important, decisive, valuable, crucial, eminent, big, worthy, potent, exceptional, chief, meaningful, most-valuable, great, Copernican, advantageous, material, competent, substantial, burning, real, grievous, efficient, useful, powerful, valid, prestigious, notorious, cardinal, dominant, primal, central, renowned, sufficient, historic, key, prominent, solid, momentous, master, significant, alpha, eventful, overbearing, sound, remarkable, in-chief, measurable, main, beneficial, important, basic, grand, grave, primary, profitable, distinctive, weighty, serious, expedient, principal.

Examples of usage:

1) There are some exceptions, but these are very unimportant. - "Contemporary Socialism", John Rae.

2) I have often wanted to tell you my brief and unimportant history; but you have preferred not to hear it. - "The Mystery of the Locks", Edgar Watson Howe.

3) Mr. Browning gives this story, with unimportant variations, in the manner of Baldinucci himself; and does full justice to the hostile and contemptuous spirit in which the attitude of the Jews is described by him. - "A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.)", Mrs. Sutherland Orr.