Definition Of immaterial

adjective

spiritual, rather than physical.

we have immaterial souls

unimportant under the circumstances; irrelevant.

so long as the band kept the beat, what they played was immaterial

Example Of immaterial

  • Anyone can, for instance, glue styrofoam cups to a board and it is meaningless, craftless, and immaterial .

  • As the window pivots, it tricks the viewer's eye into perceiving the suspended rod as passing immaterially through the frame of the window.

  • ‘The immateriality of electronic texts is unsettling, a turn-off.’

  • ‘The paintings are constantly changing in different light conditions, effecting a fluctuation between materiality and immateriality ,’ she adds.

  • But as he rightly pointed out, that fact was totally immaterial .


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