Yet even this was so significant of current thought, and helped so greatly to form public opinion, that it must not be forgotten.
Wherever it is prominent it contains the hallucinatory reproduction of a memory which was significant for the hysterical onset.
He chooses his characters because they embody concretely and so exemplify the conception he has formed of a significant situation.
There is still a third cause for the rise of this nonsignificant form, or rather of non-significant differences of form.
Every sentence is doubly significant, and the sense of our author is as broad as the world.
Other early engravings are more fantastic and less significant of cruelty.
The half-shut lids are even more suggestive and significant of strange thaumaturgic powers.
None but the pickiest churl could find a significant omission in this compilation.
No people were injured, but the deaths were a significant loss to the small animal population.
Maybe the more significant question should be a comparison of the safety of the two sports.
British Dictionary definitions for significant
having or expressing a meaning; indicative
having a covert or implied meaning; suggestive
important, notable, or momentous
(statistics) of or relating to a difference between a result derived from a hypothesis and its observed value that is too large to be attributed to chance and that therefore tends to refute the hypothesis