So as long as a lethal strike passes muster in constitutional terms, the location of the target is immaterial.
But for most Democrats, the flaws in the legislation are immaterial.
It was easy to tell he thought that debates, at this stage, were immaterial.
Whether blame is assigned to the failed follower or the failed leader is immaterial.
“Source” ends up feeling like an essentially virtual, Platonic, immaterial object.
I forget of what particular manufacture it happened to be; it is immaterial.
A man is at once material and immaterial, mortal and immortal.
It happened to me once—the date is immaterial—that after a considerable absence, I returned to London.
What he should do when he arrived and found them there was immaterial; he must get there, that was all.
The nature of the plate or crucible employed appears to be immaterial, provided it is a good conductor.
late 14c., "spiritual, incorporeal," from Medieval Latin immaterialis "not consisting of matter, spiritual," from assimilated form of in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + Late Latin materialis (see material). Secondary sense of "unimportant" is first recorded 1690s from material in its 16c. sense of "important." Related: Immaterially.