minuscule

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  • The show is always set at a beach and at a minuscule level.
  • Several of these shapes were later taken over into minuscule book hand.
  • This was only a minuscule number of people compared to the size of the Russian population.
  • Until the 1950s it was quite important but today the importance is minuscule.
  • A minuscule O was placed on top of an A to create a new letter.
  • No one is certain how many were built, although the number was certainly minuscule, and none are known to exist today.
  • Even as early as the 1980s, trade between China and Africa was minuscule.
  • Only a few aircraft were built and after-sale maintenance was minuscule.
  • It is written in beautiful, and round minuscule letters, the initial letters are in gold and colour.
  • Most famous for Minuscule, they have been involved in several other popular and award-winning animations.
  • He also said of air that its minuscule components are so smooth that one can barely feel them.
  • The painting shows the force of nature as a more important factor than the force of man, which is minuscule.
  • Manuscripts using all upper case letters are called majuscule, those using all lower case are called minuscule.
  • None the less it must be said for them that they take fairly good care of their minuscule quadrupeds. Cited from Corea or Cho-sen, by A. (Arnold) Henry Savage-Landor
  • Its county seat was designated as Independence, which was at the time only a minuscule settlement near a spring.
  • Every leaf has two columns of text written in regular minuscule.
  • The film received mixed reviews and performed poorly at the box office primarily due to a minuscule release by its producer.
  • Despite its minuscule initial distribution, the record slowly gained popularity over the next twenty years among collectors and musicians.
  • First, the British army fought this battle with a minuscule army despite expecting the worst.
  • It comes in a standard large size and a minuscule travel edition in a keyring case.
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Words starting with minuscule

Meaning of minuscule

  • noun A small cursive script developed from uncial between the 7th and 9th centuries and used in medieval manuscripts
  • adjective Of or relating to a small cursive script developed from uncial; 7th to 9th centuries