nothing to sneeze at

nothing to sneeze at

Not something that should be ignored, dismissed, or treated with disdain; something that is not inconsequential. She never really had a chance of winning, but the amount of votes she managed to muster is truly nothing to sneeze at. Sure, a hundred bucks isn't a huge amount to have won, but it's definitely nothing to sneeze at!
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nothing to sneeze at

 and nothing to be sneezed
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nothing to sneeze at

n. no small amount of money; something not inconsequential. It’s not a lot of money, but it’s nothing to sneeze at.
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5 million contract is nothing to sneeze at, its real value for Applied DNA Sciences is the firm's ever-growing ties with the federal government a client with deep pockets and, more importantly, a big Rolodex.
That's definitely nothing to sneeze at, but it would have taken the combined spending of all four, about $90.
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This is nothing to sneeze at, but there is a lack of anything on the scale of Mission: Impossible, or Star Wars, for that matter.
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Crucified Jews were commonplace in Jesus's day, and while resurrection is nothing to sneeze at, it still falls far short of world peace.