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Correct spelling:
negligible

Synonyms:

adjective
all
negligible.
exiguous
limited, meager.
few
minimum, semioccasional, middling, insufficient, few, little, sparse, occasional, few and far between, not many, scarcely any, minimal, scarce, Unfrequent, scanty, some, piddling, widely spaced, niggardly, spotty, not too many, miserly.
inconsiderable
inconsiderable.
infinitesimal
unnoticeable.
insignificant
outside, remote, slim, petty, off, trifling, unimportant, imperceptible, slender, minor, inconsequential, trivial, minute, small, slight.
little
least, inconsequent.
small
meager, weeny, deficient, miserly, delicate, slight, short, nugatory, piddling, ungenerous, baby, infinitesimal, teensy, compact, little, scant, minor, small, petite, modest, miniature, pocket, minute, toy, spare, microscopic, wee, picayune, slim, tiny, paltry, bantam, smallish, teeny, scrawny, beggarly, scanty, sparing, puny, itty-bitty, trifling, diminutive, minimal, niggardly, stingy, teeny-weeny, dwarfish.
unimportant
irrelevant, meaningless, minute, unconsidered, small, unimportant, zipper, frothy, of no consequence, of no consequence/of little consequence, superficial, mere, low-ranking.
noun
negligible
minimum, paltry, minimal, worthless, trifling.
Examples of usage:
  1. In this battery the liability of human error had been reduced to a negligible minimum. – Servants of the Guns by Jeffery E. Jeffery
  2. Negligible- looking as he knew he was, he had sometimes been amused to note old Mr. Conyers's bewilderment when a cabinet minister or a duchess manifested their pleasurable excitement in meeting him. – The Nest, The White Pagoda, The Suicide, A Forsaken Temple, Miss Jones and The Masterpiece by Anne Douglas Sedgwick
  3. To Clavering she had always shown the softer side of her nature and he knew her perhaps better, or at all events more intimately, than any of her old friends, for she had not treated him as a negligible junior even when he arrived in New York at the tender age of twenty- two. – Black Oxen by Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton
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