triv.i.a (triv' e a), n. pl. 1. matters or things that are very unimportant, inconsequential, or inessential. The President's mind was clouded with trivia. 2. an all-night contest in which teams are awarded points for correctly answering very silly questions. Trivia was the most difficult mind exercise since the freshman swim test. 3. a long-standing tradition held at a prestigious liberal arts college in nortwesternmost Massachusetts, just west of Price Chopper and North of Colonial Pizza, broadcast over WCFM, at midnight, on the final day of classes. If it hadn't been for trivia, more students would have passed Economics that year. 4. a rare species of web-footed shark known for outrageous celebrity imitations and colorful plumage. The professor was unduly alarmed by the harmless platoon of trivia.
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