Definition of Irrelevancies

1. Noun. (plural of irrelevancy) ¹



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Definition of Irrelevancies

1. irrelevancy [n] - See also: irrelevancy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Irrelevancies

irregularly
irregulars
irregulate
irregulated
irregulates
irregulating
irregulous
irrejectable
irrelapsable
irrelate
irrelation
irrelative
irrelatively
irrelevance
irrelevances
irrelevancies (current term)
irrelevancy
irrelevant
irrelevantly
irrelievable
irreligion
irreligionist
irreligionists
irreligions
irreligious
irreligiously
irreligiousness
irremeable
irremediability
irremediable

Literary usage of Irrelevancies

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Christian Remembrancer by William Scott (1856)
"... being full of apparent irrelevancies, on which Mr. Stanley elsewhere enlarges, is now lost sight of. Mr. Stanley suggests the following interpretation:— ..."

2. The Greek Romances in Elizabethan Prose Fiction by Samuel Lee Wolff (1912)
"But such is the mass, and such the damnable iteration, of the irrelevancies in " Clitophon and Leucippe," that for the most part they simply put the reader ..."

3. How to Measure in Education by William Anderson McCall (1922)
"While linguistic irrelevancies are more common, they are not the only kind by any means. The form of the test is often an irrelevancy. ..."

4. Two Studies on the Ballad Theory of the Beowulf: Together with an by James Edward Routh (1905)
"It is true that in two of the other classes of irrelevancies, those which we ... The irrelevancies of the fourth class are somewhat different in nature. ..."

5. The New Review edited by Archibald Grove, William Ernest Henley (1897)
"... irrelevancies, he does not point to some, at least, of the irrelevancies to which he refers ; because the information might have been of use to me. ..."

6. Journal of the Society of Arts by Society of Arts (Great Britain) (1858)
"... of open competition is in getting rid of the obstructive operation of great, and in the colonies peculiarly odious, irrelevancies—as I term them. ..."

7. The Christian Remembrancer by William Scott (1856)
"... being full of apparent irrelevancies, on which Mr. Stanley elsewhere enlarges, is now lost sight of. Mr. Stanley suggests the following interpretation:— ..."

8. The Greek Romances in Elizabethan Prose Fiction by Samuel Lee Wolff (1912)
"But such is the mass, and such the damnable iteration, of the irrelevancies in " Clitophon and Leucippe," that for the most part they simply put the reader ..."

9. How to Measure in Education by William Anderson McCall (1922)
"While linguistic irrelevancies are more common, they are not the only kind by any means. The form of the test is often an irrelevancy. ..."

10. Two Studies on the Ballad Theory of the Beowulf: Together with an by James Edward Routh (1905)
"It is true that in two of the other classes of irrelevancies, those which we ... The irrelevancies of the fourth class are somewhat different in nature. ..."

11. The New Review edited by Archibald Grove, William Ernest Henley (1897)
"... irrelevancies, he does not point to some, at least, of the irrelevancies to which he refers ; because the information might have been of use to me. ..."

12. Journal of the Society of Arts by Society of Arts (Great Britain) (1858)
"... of open competition is in getting rid of the obstructive operation of great, and in the colonies peculiarly odious, irrelevancies—as I term them. ..."

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