The microscopic attention paid to her stumbles likely has much to do with that impossible yardstick of perfection.
The cuts fracture, creating a microscopic web of fissures below the surface which provide a safe harbor for bacteria.
The images I saw were amazing—thousands of microscopic organisms, moving together in large colonies.
After all, not every county medical examiner can spot CTE on microscopic slides.
How could anyone do all this without leaving behind a scintilla of microscopic evidence?
A good speech by Crookes as to how a microscopic man would look upon the world.
The Ma was at least half the size of the slate, while Heman was microscopic; but, alas!
A microscopic examination revealed the fact that such an erasure had been made.
He sees human nature with an eye which is at once broad and microscopic.
A nerve is composed of a bundle of fibres, microscopic in size.
microscopic mi·cro·scop·ic (mī'krə-skŏp'ĭk) or mi·cro·scop·i·cal (-ĭ-kəl)
Too small to be seen by the unaided eye but large enough to be studied under a microscope.
Of, relating to, or concerned with a microscope.
Being or characterized as exceedingly small; minute.