noun. ['ˈtrɪviːə'] something of small importance.
- small beer
- trivia (Latin)
Rhymes with Trivia
Sentences with trivia
1. Noun, singular or mass
A calendar will give him 12 months of pictures and trivia about his favorite show or movie.
Another idea is to have two employees face off at a time with a trivia question.
Quotes about trivia
1. There is something really horrific for any human being who feels he is being consumed by other people. I'm talking about a writer's critics, who don't address what you've written, but want to probe into your existence and magnify the trivia of your life without any sense of humor, without any sense of context.
- Wole Soyinka
2. Trivia are not knowledge. Lists of facts don't comprise knowledge. Analyzing, hypothesizing, concluding from data, sharing insights, those comprise knowledge. You can't google for knowledge.
- Elaine Ostrach Chaika