For the past decade, scholars have been trawling the Internet looking for important papyri.
These are, truthfully, important topics for legitimate, critical press and congressional scrutiny.
The thing that's important to know about Jigsaw is that he tells you the rules, and if you don't listen, then you die.
The argument Daisey makes is the same as the one made by the author, in a sense: this makes an important story more powerful.
The fact of the handmaking of these pictures, which is such an important part of them, is hardly perceptible in their presence.
Between righteousness and morals the difference is important.
Tutors' Lane is not particularly wide for such an important thoroughfare.
It is a grave demand, made as the price of an important concession.
The exchange, the banking-house, were important factors then as now.
It contains nothing frivolous, but only the most important lessons.
mid-15c., from Middle French important and directly from Medieval Latin importantem (nominative importans), present participle of importare "be significant in," from Latin importare "bring in" (see import). Related: Importantly.