Polonsky's work is so minutely detailed that it doesn't lend themselves to easy description.
Daneri is using the Aleph to write a terrible poem that minutely and pointlessly describes everything on earth.
The author shows that he knew as minutely as extensively the whole round of classical literature accessible to his times.
The columella is present and the spores are round and minutely warted.
She had blushed deeply, and was now minutely scanning the stones in the burn.
He pressed closer to the quarsteel and examined it minutely.
She examined them curiously and minutely, then looked up at him and smiled, thinking of Nigel's gentle but ardent protest.
She rose, walked over to the clock, examined it minutely for a few moments.
All the birds were quite tame, and, instead of avoiding us, seemed inclined to examine us minutely.
Spores globose, minutely warted, dark violaceous, 12–14 mic.