Definition of inconsequentiality in English:

inconsequentiality

Translate inconsequentiality into Spanish

Pronunciation /ˌinˌkänsəˌkwen(t)SHēˈalədē/ /ˌɪnˌkɑnsəˌkwɛn(t)ʃiˈælədi/

nouninconsequentialities

See inconsequential

  • ‘Indeed, it is because of their apparent inconsequentiality that minor aspects of daily life often escape attention and then accrue, unnoticed, to have a profound effect on place, community, and individuals.’
  • ‘The emergent self is protean, shifting, cunning, humorous, unencumbered, sometimes angry, but equally capable of accepting its own absurdity and inconsequentiality.’
  • ‘There are moments when the dialogue has the delightful inconsequentiality of the Theatre of the Absurd.’
  • ‘To shift our gaze for a moment, there are poets who practice inconsequentiality and bore us to death and poets who focus relentlessly on one object while reciting soundbites from Heidegger and bore us to death.’
  • ‘Unfortunately, the audience becomes so benumbed by the endless carnage that any emotional connection to the individual players is reduced to an insulting inconsequentiality.’

Pronunciation

inconsequentiality

/ˌinˌkänsəˌkwen(t)SHēˈalədē/ /ˌɪnˌkɑnsəˌkwɛn(t)ʃiˈælədi/