negligible


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small in degree, especially of probability

Synonyms for negligible

so small as to be meaningless

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not worth considering

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The ministry also said 380 diapers all met safety requirements, with 10 diapers made by the top five manufacturers having negligible VOC levels.
The minister reiterated that import of live cattle was allowed from 41 BSE Negligible Risk countries, including France, but the exporting country would have to certify above mentioned condition.
Negligible risk of epidemics after geophysical disasters.
The plot is negligible until the big surprise at the end.
The boomers, by way of contrast, have a negligible household savings rate and a huge debt overhang.
And while the rice does contain a touch of partially hydrogenated soy oil, there's only a negligible 0.
While leading designers have never been more diverse or artistically creative, their impact on the great mass of building around the world, most of which is carried out without any significant participation by professionals, is negligible .
Since most of the Bank loan was cancelled and only a fifth of the resources were actually disbursed, efficacy--the extent to which the Project objectives were achieved, or expected to be achieved--of the HSPMP is rated negligible, overall.
We show that by measuring the TOF dependence of A and B, the coefficients and the neutron polarization can be determined with a small loss of the statistical precision and with negligible systematic error.
What's sad is that the dogma-driven, blind-to-science-and-reality DEA would have rejected a shipment with this negligible THC content.
But critics of the IBO conclusions counter that when New York switches over to a more cost-effective system of collecting recyclables later this year, the cost differences will be negligible.
American courts have usually assumed that in a public place, the expectation of privacy is negligible.
Those who wonder about the cost of the marketing message--especially in light of the campaign's subject--can be assured that the cost for the Web site, announcements and promotional efforts are negligible.
Robust growth of new orders boosted activity levels, and the decline in backlogs of work was negligible as spare capacity was directed towards coping with the surge in new business, said the Royal Bank of Scotland's latest monthly Purchasing Managers Index report.
Only a few pictures suggest the everyday lives of the dark masses whose "progress" from slavery to 1900 was almost negligible.