In other words, one can trust the entry on Jimmy Carter, but not entries for unimportant schlubs like me.
Evidently, those concerns are unimportant once the profits begin flowing into government coffers.
All unimportant,” writes Beckett, “but they had better be corrected before you send it out.
She sets herself the Herculean task of arguing for manners in a world that deems them unimportant.
My hygienic arrangements are unimportant compared to the real issues and sacrifices at stake.
They believe that it is unimportant where you buy your educational tools, if you are only doing good work with them.
And it made work, and all things else, look mean and poor and unimportant.
Details of the fight, he said, had not been received, but it was thought to be nothing more than an unimportant skirmish.
unimportant as this may seem now, it then occasioned intense excitement.
The various forms of bark also yield a very small quantity of an unimportant alkaloid, conquinamine.
mid-15c., from Middle French important and directly from Medieval Latin importantem (nominative importans), present participle of importare "be significant in," from Latin importare "bring in" (see import). Related: Importantly.