What is the opposite of vital?

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Adjective
Opposite of essential or highly important
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“It was the type of luxury but inessential furnishing that proliferated in type and quantity in sixteenth-century Venice.”
Adjective
Opposite of energetic or lively
“There were no excuses from the Harrison camp but the Scottish fighter looked untypically listless for much of the fight.”
Adjective
Opposite of indispensable to the continuance of life
“For the fact that a brainless trout can perform the same actions as a whole fish does not prove that the trout's brain is an unnecessary organ.”
Adjective
Opposite of serving to refresh or reinvigorate the body or mind
“This debilitating disorder manifests itself in other symptoms, such as cataplexy.”
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Opposite of containing life
“Mystery surrounds the presence of all these dead fish in the river.”
Adjective
(rare) Opposite of causing, or resulting in, death
Nonfatal bites from venomous snakes may result in the need for amputation of a limb or part thereof.”
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(of a person or performance) Opposite of energetic in nature
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“According to the doctor, I was feeling lethargic due to some mineral deficiencies.”
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Opposite of of or forming a base or basis
“Walking becomes secondary to other forms of transport when you have a mile to travel.”
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(of a quality or condition) Opposite of significant in degree of importance or urgency
“To say that entertainment is of lesser importance as an art form fails to give credence to its subversive and humbling characteristics.”
Adjective
Opposite of full of energy and life
“The first half was a rather dull affair lit up with three goals but with little else to recommend it.”
Adjective
Opposite of serious or significant in nature
Adjective
Opposite of of a serious or important nature or consequence
“Listening to his intonation as he discusses his films, it's hard to tell if he's being facetious or if he's dead serious about what he's saying.”
Adjective
Opposite of willing to consider new ideas; enterprising
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Opposite of cheerful and optimistic
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(of a question or subject) Opposite of being of current or continuing interest and importance
“Free education was once a dead issue that must be raised again as it is pertinent to our children's futures.”
Adjective
Opposite of highly relevant to the matter at hand
“Her personal feelings about doctors should be completely irrelevant to her decision.”
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