trivial, adj. insignificant, unimportant, of minor importance, of little or no import, negligible, nugatory, inappreciable, inconsiderable, inconsequential, of no consequence; small, light, flimsy, slim; minor, puny, dinky, piddling, Inf rinky-dink; small-time, one-horse, bush, SI. two-bit, Inf. penny-ante, lightweight, SI. small-potatoes, small fry, SI. mickey-mouse; inapplicable, irrelevant, immaterial, unessential; unporten-tous, unmomentous, of no matter or concern, of little or no account, of no moment, of no great weight; Inf. no great shakes, not worth mentioning, not worth speaking of, not worth thinking or worrying about, good-for-nothing, not worth a rap or a straw; trifling, Inf. picayune, pimping, fiddling, paltry, petty, niggling; insubstantial, unsubstantial, shallow, frivolous, foolish, nonsensical.
triviality, n. 1. trifle, trifling, something of little importance, no great matter, no big thing, small or little matter, technicality; unimportant or inconsequential thing, nothing to worry or get upset over, something of no concern, insignificant, insignificancy, bltise, inessential, nothing, nothing at all, Inf. fiddle-faddle; nothing to write home about, mere nothing, nothing to boast about.
2. insignificancy, tinker's dam, flash in the pan, nine days' wonder; trumpery, bagatelle, froth, feather, farthing; drop in the bucket.
troglodyte, n. 1. cave man, ape-man, pithecanthrope, prehistoric man, Cro-Magnon, preadamite, antediluvian; primitive, autochthon, aboriginal, Australian Inf. boong.
2. hermit, recluse, incluse, eremite, solitary, anchorite, anchoress; pariah, outcast, outsider.
3. yokel, country bumpkin, rustic, Inf. hick, SI. rube; unsophisticate, innocent, ingenue, mere child, babe in the woods.
4. barbarian, Goth, savage, wild man, brute, animal; ruffian, hooligan, rowdy, bully, Neanderthal; cad, churl, boor; guttersnipe, Brit. SI. mucker.
troll1, v. 1. sing, roll out, warble, croon; carol, trill, rival tht birds, lilt; chant, intone.
2. fish, angle, bob, jig; dap, bib, cast.
troll2, n. gnome, leprechaun, dwarf, Rumpelstilts-kin; goblin, hobgoblin, hob, fairy, gremlin, imp, sprite, nix, nixie; elf, brownie, kobold, pixie; troglodyte, cave dweller; monster, ogre, fiend, demon, ghoul; giant, titan.
trollop, n. 1. slattern, slut, drab, sloven, draggle-tail; frump, dowdy; hag.
2. prostitute, harlot, whore, hussy, wanton, loose woman, fallen woman, woman of the streets, streetwalker, trull, quean, painted woman, bar girl, Inf. pick-up, All SI. tart, cat, hooker, floozie, working girl. See - prostitute (def. 1).
troop, n. 1. band, assemblage, company, troupe, group; outfit, corps, squad, team, crew; gang, bunch, pack, circle, clique, set; club, society, association, fraternity, brotherhood, fellowship, sodality, guild, organization, federation; league, confederation, alliance, tribe.
2. multitude, crowd, throng, horde, crush, jam, mass, legion, host, mob; a great many, lots, a lot, piles, Inf. heaps, bags, Inf. gobs, barrels, tons, a bunch, passel; scores, numbers, Inf. scillions, Inf. zillions, Inf jillions, Inf. oodles; river, torrent, flood, sea, ocean, world.
3. herd, flock, pack, drove, bevy, gaggle, swarm, school, shoal.
4. troops militia, military, soldiery, soldiers, ranks, men, officers; army, military force, cavalry, infantry, -v. 5. flock together, assemble, convene, muster, mass, gather, collect; unite, confederate, ally, league