Another word for trivial
trivial trifling paltry petty picayuneSearch Thesaurus
These adjectives all apply to what is small and unimportant. Trivial and trifling refer to what is so insignificant as to be utterly commonplace or unremarkable: “I think all Christians . . . agree in the essential articles, and that their differences are trivial” (Samuel Johnson). “I regret the trifling narrow contracted education of the females of my own country” (Abigail Adams). Paltry describes what falls so far short of what is required or desired that it arouses contempt: “He . . . considered the prize too paltry for the lives it must cost” (John Lothrop Motley). Petty can refer to what is of minor or secondary significance or size: “Our knights are limited to petty enterprises” (Sir Walter Scott). What is picayune is of negligible value or importance: a picayune infraction of the law.