Definition of Trivially

1. Adverb. With little effort. "We can prove trivially that this theorem is false"

2. Adverb. In a frivolously trivial manner. "Trivially motivated requests"

Partainyms: Trivial



Definition of Trivially

1. adv. In a trivial manner.

Definition of Trivially

1. Adverb. In a trivial manner. ¹

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Definition of Trivially

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trivially

trivialism
trivialisms
trivialist
trivialists
trivialities
triviality
trivialization
trivializations
trivialize
trivialized
trivializer
trivializers
trivializes
trivializing
trivializingly
trivially (current term)
trivialness
trivium
triviums
triweeklies
triweekly
triyearly
triyne
triynes
trizonal
trizone
trizones
trk
troad
troade

Literary usage of Trivially

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1. Dramatic Portraits by Percival Presland Howe (1913)
"It will not do to be misled by the fact that he wrote " trivially " for ... To write trivially was one of Wilde's poses. Perhaps it was the favourite of his ..."

2. Life and Character of the Rev. Sylvester Judd by Arethusa Hall (1854)
"It has been trivially looked at, and trivially noticed. It has been treated as a joke, while really it is one of the most serious works ever written. ..."

3. Analytic Statistical Models by Ib M. Skovgaard (1990)
"This condition follows trivially from Lemma 2.3.5. The condition (A5) in BG states that the mapping /? H-> Pp is continuous with respect to the total ..."

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