immaterial

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im- +‎ material

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immaterial (comparative more immaterial, superlative most immaterial)

  1. Having no matter or substance.
    Because ghosts are immaterial, they can pass through walls.
  2. (law, accounting) So insubstantial as to be irrelevant.
    Objection, Your Honour! The defendant's criminal record is immaterial to this case.

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