The quality or state of being insignificant.(noun)
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Use "insignificance" in a sentence
"Minimizing the problem to the point of insignificance is not a victory."
"With our numbers and technology the way they are now, our former shell of global insignificance is broken, and the old ways will not promote our survival or growth anymore."
"In each a character clinging absurdly to a sense of his own emotional insignificance is finally moved, despite himself, to embrace life's complex if at times mortifying drama."