Relating to or designating the name of a species; specific as opposed to generic. (adjective)
Of, relating to, or being the simplest possible case. (adjective)
Pertaining to the trivium. (adjective)
Indistinguishable in case of truth or falsity. (adjective)
Any of the three liberal arts forming the trivium. (noun)
Examples of word trivial
During one Sen.te meeting on the immigration legislation, he attacked Sen. John Cornyn of Texas for raising what he characterized as trivial objections to a compromise being worked out with the White House.
Fund then compared what he called the "trivial number" of 108 voters with the 1,420 military ballots that were rejected statewide, ignoring the other 996 who were eligible but were denied the right to vote.
Mr. Weinberg noted that the core inflation rate, which strips out volatile prices, is just 0.9 per cent on an annual basis, which he calls "trivial."
"I've come to the conclusion that it's a deliberate tactic," he said, citing several examples of what he calls "trivial" denials.
Mr Madhi escaped from Iran in February 2008 after being sentenced to 73 years in jail for what he described as a trivial charge.