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  • 1. petty
    1. (n.) imaginary land with perfect social and political systems; Voltaire wrote of a utopia where the streets were paved with gold.
    2. (adj.) disobedient to authority; The boy's insubordinate behavior was a constant source of tension between the school and his parents.
    3. (adj.) unimportant; of subordinate standing; With all of the crime in the world, stealing bubble gum is considered petty theft.
    4. (adj.) to reconcile; The diplomat sought to take a conciliatory approach to keep the talks going.
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