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tattered

  • brand-new, decked, dolled up.
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Negligible

Antonyms of NEGLIGIBLE
Examples of usage:
  1. While in the two west- bound caravans there had been many Mexicans, their number now was negligible. - "Bring Me His Ears" by Clarence E. Mulford
  2. But Bobby Trench, otherwise quite at ease as to his ignorance on such negligible matters, felt that it would have been to his benefit with Mrs. Clinton, and possibly with Joan, if he could have done with rather less explanation of points that were readily appreciated by either of them. - "The Honour of the Clintons" by Archibald Marshall
  3. The public ownership of streets and water works, of some gas, electricity, street cars, and public markets, is a negligible factor in the problem. - "The American Empire" by Scott Nearing
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