uninfluential

ADJECTIVE
  1. not influential
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How To Use uninfluential In A Sentence

  • When his greatest rival William Pitt formed a coalition with Newcastle in 1757, Fox was ‘bought off’ with the lucrative but uninfluential office of paymaster-general.
  • This Memphis group just might become the best uninfluential rock band at SXSW to ever sound like Velvet Underground.
  • We would end up an impotent and uninfluential nation, just one voice among the many.
  • However, he was exhausted, off the pace and uninfluential. Times, Sunday Times
  • The uninfluential columnists should be defined here.
  • A new recognition of the irrational… was stifled by the conventional forms into which - with uninfluential exceptions - it was cast…
  • Admittedly that election was to the rather uninfluential position of rector of Glasgow University.
  • But only a handful of deputies, such as Sieyès and the prolix but still uninfluential Robespierre, believed that once the National Assembly had pronounced the monarch should have no veto at all.
  • I have never believed them to be uninfluential, whether peddling love, politics, sex, violence or corruption.
  • You have requested us to advise you in relation to the likely current value of the entire share capital of Benfield, the value of 33% shareholding and the value of an uninfluential minority shareholding.
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