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[ih-rel-uh-vuh n-see] /ɪˈrɛl ə vən si/
noun, plural irrelevancies.
Origin of irrelevancy
1795-1805; ir-2 + relevancy Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Its disciplinary practice, he says, is poised on the brink of irrelevancy.
  • There is often a curious apparent irrelevancy in statistics which renders them extremely fascinating.
  • And yet, never has one player's irrelevancy been so consuming.
  • Fruitcakes, alas, are past the point of being merely hilarious and are perhaps now in grave danger of fading into irrelevancy.
  • Organizations who possess outdated legacy weapon systems face the perils of irrelevancy.
  • The author sets out his own position on fairness in an attempt to explain why he considers it to be an irrelevancy.
  • After five years, biological fatherhood becomes an irrelevancy.

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