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Non-essential means not absolutely necessary, whereas inessential is more disapproving and can connotateconnote trivial.

According to Oxford Dictionaries Online, the prefix non- expresses a neutrally negative sense when added to adjectives, especially when the prefix in- has a special (I would say strongly negative) connotation. Another example is non-human (= not human) and inhuman (= cruel).

http://oxforddictionaries.com/definition/non-?q=non-

Non-essential means not absolutely necessary, whereas inessential is more disapproving and can connotate trivial.

According to Oxford Dictionaries Online, the prefix non- expresses a neutrally negative sense when added to adjectives, especially when the prefix in- has a special (I would say strongly negative) connotation. Another example is non-human (= not human) and inhuman (= cruel).

http://oxforddictionaries.com/definition/non-?q=non-

Non-essential means not absolutely necessary, whereas inessential is more disapproving and can connote trivial.

According to Oxford Dictionaries Online, the prefix non- expresses a neutrally negative sense when added to adjectives, especially when the prefix in- has a special (I would say strongly negative) connotation. Another example is non-human (= not human) and inhuman (= cruel).

http://oxforddictionaries.com/definition/non-?q=non-

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Non-essential means not absolutely necessary, whereas inessential is more disapproving and can connotate trivial.

According to Oxford Dictionaries Online, the prefix non- expresses a neutrally negative sense when added to adjectives, especially when the prefix in- has a special (I would say strongly negative) connotation. Another example is non-human (= not human) and inhuman (= cruel).

http://oxforddictionaries.com/definition/non-?q=non-