One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘In much the same way that I prefer my hamburgers to taste of real ingredients and my chips to be cooked all the way through, I'm a fan of fulfilling inconsequence, titillating trivia, some satisfaction with the superficiality.’
- ‘In all this, my hostess was a constant provider of chat, inconsequence and distraction, but gave me no opportunity to focus my attention on anything for very long nor to fully absorb my surroundings.’
- ‘I should have done you a greater service had I pointed out to you its thoughtlessness, its inconsequence, and its want of comprehension.’
- ‘But in the preceding century, England was frequently an afterthought on the world stage, an island kingdom tinkering on the brink of inconsequence.’
- ‘Anyway, back to the issue and the point is that unless we start making a noise for ourselves we will be further condemned to the dustbins of inconsequence that are our sheds.’
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