They have a point: Why engage in a system that seems so irrelevant?
She feels religion is irrelevant to politics, and in a country that values secularity, it should be.
At first, Sterling declined to talk about the basketball legend, praising his talents but calling him “irrelevant in this thing.”
Proud, and entertained by the attacks on someone he says the media also considers “irrelevant.”
When speaking to general audiences, the Romney campaign often dismisses social issues as irrelevant distractions.
All sorts of irrelevant matter might be adduced here—gossip, suspicion, unsupported statement.
Yet this discursiveness is not so irrelevant to the handful of pages which follow.
It is irrelevant whether Pythagoras was Greek and whether his geometry was original with him.
You remind me of a passage in my story which I omitted, as irrelevant to the matter in hand.
Whether both mother and friend really have this quality in them is irrelevant as regards the patient.