Not interested in (capable of) thinking about the big picture.
Of, like, or characteristic of a child
The definition of insignificant is someone or something that is small, lacking in power, or otherwise not important.
Barely sufficient; close:
Not relevant; not pertinent; not to the point; not relating to the subject
(A) finding fault; calling attention to defects
The quality or state of being trivial
(Informal) Cheap, stingy, mean, petty, etc.
Narrowly restricted in scope or outlook; provincial:
Lacking persuasiveness; unconvincing:
Not important; insignificant or petty.
(Slang) Hard to cope with; difficult or troublesome:
Not adequate in quality or quantity; inferior:
The number that is raised to a particular power in a given mathematical expression. In the expression an, a is the base.
The definition of diminutive is small or tiny.
Not noble in character or quality; dishonorable; base; mean
Not essential; unessential.
The definition of measly is something that is so small that it is almost insulting.
Of little significance or importance.
The definition of nugatory is worthless or useless.
The definition of paltry is a small or meager amount, or is something insignificant.
Of little value or importance; paltry.
Insignificant; trifling; petty
(Chiefly Southern US) Sickly; ill.
Clothed with ragged, much worn, or soiled garments.
Having little depth; significantly less deep than wide.
Small and slender in build or construction; delicate.
Limited in importance or significance; trivial:
(Gram.) Having the function of a noun, adjective, or adverb within a sentence
Frivolous or foolish:
The definition of important is having great significance or consequence.
The definition of major is something that is greater, very consequential, serious or important.
Fairly large in amount or quantity:
The definition of prominent is something that is very noticeable or sticks out.
The definition of useful is helpful or beneficial.
Lacking importance or significance; trifling:
inferior in rank or status
inferior in rank or status
Having a low esteem of one's own worth; humble; meek; free from pride.
Possessing some quality, or having been subject to some operation (as substitution), in the second degree; as, a secondary salt, a secondary amine, etc. Compare primary.
(Logic) Designating a proposition that is implied by another proposition but does not imply it
Originally distinguished from grand larceny as a matter of degree. A theft of something valued at 12 pence or less was considered petty larceny, and the death penalty was not invoked. Today, the amount differentiating between petty and grand larceny is in dollars and varies from state to state. See also larceny and grand larceny.
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