irrelevancy

[ih-rel-uh-vuhn-see]
noun, plural irrelevancies.

Origin:
1795–1805; ir-2 + relevancy

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irrelevant (ɪˈrɛləvənt)
 
adj
not relating or pertinent to the matter at hand; not important
 
ir'relevance
 
n
 
ir'relevancy
 
n
 
ir'relevantly
 
adv

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Example sentences
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.
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