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Read these lines from the excerpt again:
he was restive all through it; he kept tally of the details of the prayer, unconsciously-for he was not listening, but he knew the ground of old, and the clergyman's regular route over it-and when a little trifle of new matter was interlarded, his ear detected it and his whole nature resented it; he considered additions unfair, and scoundrelly.

which word from the excerpt define the word trifle?
a. route
b. details
c. ground
d. tally

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