miniscule

[min-uh-skyool] /ˈmɪn əˌskyul/
adjective
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Example Sentences for miniscule
The downside is miniscule and the upside still remains huge.
But the animal's miniscule size makes it a juicy target for the ocean's larger denizens.
The miniscule water boatman makes the loudest sound for body size in the animal kingdom.
The miniscule electric motors turning the belts run off lithium polymer cells that are good for about two weeks per charge.
Compared to that wholly positive transformation, the human cost of urban terrorism is miniscule.
Sea creatures, from the miniscule to the monumental, may influence mixing to a surprising degree.
These proved not to matter much, with each common variant linking to miniscule fractions of disease risk.
Overall, the lighting efficiency gains are miniscule.
If the cost seems negligible to you, maybe you wouldn't mind paying that miniscule fee.
In a demonstration, this light pattern was captured by a miniscule camera, which transmitted the image to a viewing screen.
Word Origin and History for miniscule
miniscule
common misspelling of minuscule.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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