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back formation in linguistics, a word that appears to be the base of, but was actually formed from, another word, as "trivia" from "trivial".
doggerel of verse, trivial or mundane in thought, or crude in form. [2 definitions]
fib a trivial or unimportant lie. [1/2 definitions]
fig a trivial or worthless amount; virtually nothing. [1/3 definitions]
flunky one who does unskilled, menial, or trivial tasks. [1/3 definitions]
flyspeck a tiny spot or mark, or something similarly trivial or insignificant. [1/3 definitions]
frivolous unworthy of serious consideration or merit; trivial or silly. [1/2 definitions]
froth anything that is light or trivial. [1/5 definitions]
frothy light and trivial. [1/2 definitions]
fussbudget (informal) one who is excessively worried or tends to find fault over trivial details.
futile unimportant; trivial. [1/2 definitions]
inconsequent not important; trivial. [1/4 definitions]
indiscretion an act considered immoral or improper by society and yet often excused or considered trivial. [1/3 definitions]
insignificant having no value, importance, or significance; trivial. [1/3 definitions]
little not important; trivial or mean. [1/11 definitions]
lollygag to waste time in trivial or pointless activity or in inactivity.
make light of to treat as or consider trivial or unimportant.
Mickey Mouse1 (sometimes l.c.) trivial; petty. [1/3 definitions]
mock-heroic satirizing a person, thing, or event that is trivial or unworthy by portraying it with heroic language, ceremony, or manners. [1/3 definitions]
nonsense anything useless or trivial. [1/4 definitions]
nontrivial combined form of trivial.