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Correct spelling:
inconsiderable
Definition:
Not deserving consideration; unimportant.

Synonyms:

adjective
all
inconsiderable.
easy
clear, pushover, snap, picnic, plain sailing, not burdensome, no bother, evident, manifest, no trouble, straightforward, uninvolved, piece of cake, no problem, manageable, simple, simple as abc, nothing to it, uncomplicated, cinch, undemanding, untroublesome, mere, apparent, elementary, accessible, royal, wieldy, basic, yielding, facile, no sweat, easily done, painless, plain, effortless, child's play, inconsiderable, smooth, obvious.
few
lean, minority, semioccasional, sporadic, uncommon, short, minute, rare, some, seldom, thin, not too many, Unfrequent, occasional, inconsequential, scarce, straggling, sparse, middling, few and far between, insufficient, scant, piddling, less, stingy, scattering, few, meager, slender, widely spaced, not many, infrequent, scattered, slim, scarcely any, imperceptible.
immaterial
unnecessary, of no account, foreign, inapplicable, matter of indifference, no never mind, extraneous, no big deal, impertinent, inconsiderate, of no consequence, inappropriate, Irrelative, meaningless, inapposite, of no importance.
imperceptible
gradual, inaudible, indistinct, indiscernible, impalpable, inconspicuous, unnoticeable, shadowy, invisible, tiny, vague, microscopic, ephemeral, fine, subtle, undetectable, momentary, indistinguishable, infinitesimal, evanescent, imponderable, insensible.
inadequate
faulty, glitch*, spare, bush-league, unequal, lame*, imperfect, impotent, unqualified, lacking, niggardly, shy*, low, incomplete, deficient, weak, bare, insubstantial, thin*, sterile, found wanting, lemon, inapt, failing, miserly, sketchy*, too little, Stinted, parsimonious, poor, depleted, incommensurate, lousy, junk*, stunted, not enough, dry, minus, feeble, barren, unproductive, incapable, incompetent.
inconsequential/inconsiderable
inadequate, entry-level, immaterial, small-time, worthless, runt, inappreciable, scanty, insignificant, skimpy, small potatoes, puny, wimpy, trivial, unconsidered, exiguous, dinky, insufficient, petty.
inconsiderable
inconsequent, nugatory, picayune, narrow-minded, niggling, of no account, unimportant, irrelevant, little, two-bit, piddling, shabby, negligible, subordinate, light, peanut, penny-ante, slight, scratch, frivolous, secondary, trifling, lower, casual, inferior, base, paltry, shallow, cheap, shoestring, junior, small-minded, small, minor, nickel-and-dime, inessential, contemptible, lesser, pettifogging, measly.
infinitesimal
miniature, teeny, atomic, minuscule.
insignificant
minim, Purportless, not worth mentioning, nondescript, nonessential, lightweight, senseless, minimal, unsubstantial, pointless.
insufficient
inadequate.
light
fragmentary, shoestring, fractional, wee, hardly enough, restricted, frugal, soft, gentle, superficial, not rich, modest, hardly any, lightest, not much, faint, digestible, mild, moderate.
little
least, not large, smallish, under-sized, mini, not big, snubber, inconsequent, Toyer, shrimpy, junior.
moderate
pacific, disciplined, mid-way, not excessive, fairish, non-partisan, abstinent, low key, peaceable.
shallow
shallower, shallow, shelfer, Depthless, shoaler.
small
infinitesimal, small-scale, runty, bitty, shrimper, pocket-sized, pint-sized, shrimp.
small-time
small time.
unimportant
frothy, irrelevant, unconsidered, mere, meaningless, of no consequence/of little consequence, low-ranking, superficial, zipper.
unnoticeable
unnoticeable.
noun
inconsiderable
trivial, insignificant.
negligible
unimportant.
Examples of usage:
  1. His work both in prose and poetry was not inconsiderable, and the poetry was repeatedly printed in rather confusing and imperfect editions after his death. – A History of English Literature Elizabethan Literature by George Saintsbury
  2. But if, in this inconsiderable part of the globe, such a carnage has been made in two or three short reigns, and that this great carnage, great as it is, makes but a minute part of what the histories of that people inform us they suffered; what shall we judge of countries more extended, and which have waged wars by far more considerable? – The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. I. (of 12) by Edmund Burke
  3. The frontier of the Alps and Pyrenees was confided to general Montesquiou, whose army was inconsiderable; but this part of France was not as yet in danger. – History of the French Revolution from 1789 to 1814 by F. A. M. Miguet
  4. He had sent word to Liszt that he could play the great Beethoven sonata, not an inconsiderable feat in those days. – Memories of a Musical Life by William Mason
  5. It is not generally known that a by no means inconsiderable portion of the drama was composed by Dickens, as testified by the original manuscripts of the play and of the prompt- book, which contain numerous additions and corrections in his handwriting. – The Poems and Verses of Charles Dickens by Charles Dickens
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