Trivial in a sentence

Use Trivial in a sentence


Meaning: [adjective] unimportant;

We need to reach a consensus that this is not a trivial offense.

Patti is very naive and childlike, speaking like a small child and finding amusement in very trivial things.

He is known for his violent temper, often assaulting his servants for trivial reasons.

He gets angry over trivial things.

Women talk about trivial things when talking with men.

Emily is a cowardly, self-centered hypochondriac who whines and complains about the most trivial things.

Many prisoners were sent there for trivial reasons.

However, for seemingly trivial bureaucratic reasons, he was being told he had to wait three years to become a Canadian citizen.

Jake gets offended at Elaine’s trivial criticism, and leaves her apartment.

Different authors have seen love as something superstitious and trivial, without a scientific basis.