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.
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.