The NSA drama has reeled in a host of global grandstanders desperate for relevancy.
To regain their relevancy, Democrats need to go back to their evolutionary roots.
“We think there should be a nexus between the actual work people are doing and the relevancy of drug abuse,” he says.
Exclamations of horror greeted this gruesome tale, the relevancy of which no one had as yet perceived.
Mr. Garth appeared to be puzzled to catch the relevancy of the remark.
By-and-bye, without any relevancy at all, he said abruptly, "If a little sooner she had come—aho!"
This reflection suggested some meaning—some relevancy—in the death's-head.
I pass over the incidents of the rest of my sojourn at St. Julian, as having no relevancy to the object of this work.
The true explanation is to be found in the principle of relevancy.
If the last alternative is true, then the other two have no relevancy to the subject in hand.
"pertinent to the matter at hand," 1550s, from Middle French relevant "depending upon," originally "helpful," from Medieval Latin relevantem (nominative relevans), from stem of Latin relevare "to lessen, lighten" (see relieve). Not generally used until after 1800.