Written in minuscules, lower-case.
Written in minuscule handwriting style.
Very small, tiny.
a minuscule dot
small letter, lowercase, lower-case letter, minusculenoun
the characters that were once kept in bottom half of a compositor's type case
a small cursive script developed from uncial between the 7th and 9th centuries and used in medieval manuscripts
of or relating to a small cursive script developed from uncial; 7th to 9th centuries
little, minuscule, smalladjective
"little a"; "small a"; "e.e.cummings's poetry is written all in minuscule letters"
piddling, small-scale, minuscular, picayune, trivial, lowly, footling, minor, humble, lilliputian, slight, fiddling, diminished, petty, short, pocket-sized, little(a), belittled, low, small, pocket-size, small(a), little, modest, piffling, niggling, miniscule
"a minuscule kitchen"; "a minuscule amount of rain fell"
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How to use minuscule in a sentence?
The problem with the poor quality of an education anywhere is still minuscule in comparison to the trouble given by the people who are often given the responsibility to appoint and/or appraise the academically bright/right person.
The quantity of positivity on earth is just like the minuscule amount of fresh, accessible potable water and the extent of negativity is like the majority volume of ocean water full of salinity.
Irreducible complexity is important in the argument for the creationist because of this: Evolution assumes a series of minuscule changes over time, and each change has to give a survival advantage to the organism. If it doesn't, and it causes a disadvantage the organism dies and evolution ends.
Rich Western Europeans, towards whom most of the Maldives’ tourism is geared, would not want to book expensive holidays in a country known for the production of jihad, if the tourism industry is damaged, the minuscule percentage of rich Maldivians who control it would suffer, and many of them bankroll the government. So the current regimen downplays the number of jihadists, pretends it is a problem that does not exist and labels anyone who speaks about it a traitor.
A person who burns from inside like the sun or a lamp can be a guiding light into others life and its luminous flux decides as how much a preacher’s life is right; and the people who can’t or don’t, seem bright only to those who have mere eyesight without a vision inside but just a minuscule glare.
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- minúsculCatalan, Valencian
- winzig, Kleinbuchstabe, Klein-, klitzekleinGerman
- malgrandega, minuskloEsperanto
- minúscula, minúsculoSpanish
- olematon, minuskeli, mitätön, kirjain, pienaakkonenFinnish
- lettyr begManx
- kisbetű, minuszkulaHungarian
- minúscula, minúsculoPortuguese
- минускул, строчная буква, маленькая букваRussian
- jätteliten, pytteliten, gemenSwedish
- chữ nhỏVietnamese
- minudik, vemo smalik, minudVolapük
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