minuscule vs miniscule

minuscule miniscule

Definitions

  • 1) A lower-case letter.
  • 2) A letter in these styles.
  • 3) Any of the two medieval handwriting styles minuscule cursive and Caroline minuscule.
  • 4) A letter written in minuscule.
  • 5) A small cursive script developed from uncial between the seventh and ninth centuries and used in medieval manuscripts.
  • 6) A lowercase letter.
  • 7) Any very small, minute object.
  • 8) A small Roman letter which is neither capital nor uncial; a manuscript written in such letters.
  • 9) the characters that were once kept in bottom half of a compositor's type case
  • 10) a small cursive script developed from uncial between the 7th and 9th centuries and used in medieval manuscripts
  • 11) The kind of reduced alphabetical character which, originating in the seventh century, was from about the ninth substituted in writing for the large uncial previously in use, and from which the small letter of modern Greek and Roman alphabets was derived; hence, a small or lower-case letter in writing or printing, as distinguished from a capital or majuscule.
  • 12) Very small, tiny.
  • 13) Written in minuscule handwriting style.
  • 14) Written in minuscules, lower-case.
  • 15) Of, relating to, or written in minuscule.
  • 16) Very small; tiny. synonym: small.
  • 17) Of or relating to a minuscule{2} or of a script written in minuscules{2}; of the size and style of minuscules{2}; written in minuscules{2}; minuscular.
  • 18) of or relating to a small cursive script developed from uncial; 7th to 9th centuries
  • 19) very small
  • 20) lowercase

Definitions

  • 1) very common misspelling and US colloquial spelling of minuscule
  • 2) very small

Examples

  • 1) The trick is to have the most minuscule amount.
  • 2) Many providers are paying minuscule amounts of interest.
  • 3) The military budget is minuscule compared with some other government spending.
  • 4) By the minuscule numbers who make it to the top?
  • 5) Only a minuscule amount of the salt is actually absorbed into your body, the owners say.
  • 6) That seems a minuscule figure to me - can it be right?
  • 7) While the absolute amounts may seem minuscule, they still clear the bar for an economically viable mine.
  • 8) The predominant building height is between one and three storeys with higher residential flats accounting for only a minuscule proportion of the dwelling stock.
  • 9) This August the number of Americans genuinely undecided is minuscule compared with previous years.
  • 10) Their problems are minuscule compared with United's.
  • 11) A minuscule amount of that.
  • 12) Yes, it is traumatic for those involved, but the numbers are minuscule in relation to the number of homeowners.
  • 13) When our efforts seem minuscule compared to the enormity of the world's problems, we can end up feeling small and insignificant or bitter and angry.
  • 14) ‘Water striders are covered stem to stem and toe to toe with a layer of tiny, waxy, feathery hairs in which countless minuscule air bubbles are trapped.’
  • 15) ‘Some snakes, such as pythons, retain tiny leg bones, which may be visible as minuscule claws at the base of the tail.’
  • 16) ‘Upon entering, however, there was a man on a minuscule stage, reading from a tiny index card.’
  • 17) ‘We see the same hypocrisy when the U.S. military, after dislocating millions of people from their means of sustenance by threatening war, drops a minuscule amount of food packets onto ground riddled with landmines.’
  • 18) ‘Deprived even of the minuscule readership she had once been able to count on, unable to obtain news of her husband and daughter who had been summarily arrested, Tsvetaeva hanged herself two years later, in 1941.’
  • 19) ‘The minuscule creatures toil endlessly completely unaware that they are being watched and that, with a simple tap on the glass by the giant undetected observer, what would amount to half a life time's work for an ant could be destroyed.’
  • 20) ‘While at the moment the proportion of the human genome being inserted into the genome of nonhumans is minuscule, at what stage will we start ascribing transgenic animals carrying human genes, the same values we ascribe to humans?’
  • 21) ‘Mike Griffin, owner of Honey Martin's on Sherbrooke W., went through a five-year battle to keep music alive at his minuscule bar (which is large enough for a musician or two).’
  • 22) ‘It is much larger than the average minuscule Japanese hotel room, with the convenience of a fully fitted kitchen but without the hassle of having to do the washing-up - dishwashers and housekeeping teams are on hand to take care of all that.’
  • 23) ‘The thought of Pakistan unleashing only theatre nuclear weapons (hence, nuclear safety rooms) is absurd, given the minuscule distances that separate the two countries.’
  • 24) ‘Car nuts will appreciate Capsule Tomica, a series of tiny-but-detailed toy cars that measure about 1.5 inches long and come inside equally minuscule boxes printed with Japanese text.’
  • 25) ‘Currently these businesses contribute a minuscule amount to the total revenues.’
  • 26) ‘Their counterparts are the more poetically named lacecaps, whose papery bracts (flower-like modified leaves) circle a mauve to pink head of minuscule flowers.’
  • 27) ‘It's not a minuscule scrap of faded black cotton, it's my Preen skirt - which, incidentally, looks great with the Gucci boots I bought while a taxi waited outside en route to a lunch.’
  • 28) ‘It wasn't too long ago that Dean was the Rodney Dangerfield of the Democratic race, the long-shot candidate from a minuscule state who didn't get much respect.’
  • 29) ‘Trainers like them because it means they can justify keeping the horses in their yard and though the prize money is minuscule it's still better than nothing and there's always the chance of a wee betting coup to inflate the income.’
  • 30) ‘In his Parisian workshop, the elegant Bartholdi and truly minuscule workers pose next to a gigantic foot or an ear, of which the actual-size mold is shown with the photos.’
  • 31) ‘But he acknowledged global deaths from climate change were minuscule compared with the total number of deaths a year, which the WHO puts at 56 million.’
  • 32) ‘There are, though, pointers to be found in minuscule changes of facial expression that may last as little as one twenty-fifth of a second, in speech and tone of voice and perhaps most of all in unconscious gestures.’
  • 33) ‘My heart rose, in the slight minuscule chance that it was a dream.’
  • 34) ‘I know there are some issues and problems, but they are minor and minuscule compared with a number of police forces around the world.’
  • 35) ‘What I'm saying - that it is minuscule compared to what Ken Lay did, compared to what Jack Grubman and the other analysts on Wall Street did that had a real impact on people's lives.’
  • 36) ‘I don't mean to be sacrilegious here, but in a small, minuscule way trying to keep your own personal opinions out of your reporting is the goal, and it's a goal that one has to continue to be trying to achieve.’
  • 37) ‘True, the progress so far is minuscule compared with the problems created by decades of capital flight, abysmal schools, and drug abuse.’
  • 38) ‘The paralyzing narrowness of American political life, with its minuscule differences between two big business parties, can be traced back to this period.’
  • 39) ‘Popular culture exerts massive levels of negative energy, especially on young people, which overwhelms the minuscule attempts by the aerospace and high-tech industries.’
  • 40) ‘But Ward, and other scientists, caution that the tsunami risk is minuscule: No such tsunamis of this type have taken place in recorded history.’
  • 41) ‘But if you look at the studies, it's pretty hard to make out a case for women in pregnancy experiencing all but the most minuscule possible risk to themselves or their infants.’
  • 42) ‘I found perhaps a dozen minuscule errors in dates and such, which were passed on to Bill.’
  • 43) ‘Speed of writing changed the appearance of many letters, however, and along with the introduction by the 4th century of loops and linking of letters this formed the basis for the development of minuscule scripts.’
  • 44) ‘Most of the works of the ancient Greek mathematicians which have survived do so because of this copying process and it is the ‘latest’ version written in minuscule script which has survived.’
  • 45) ‘Irish writings prior to the use of paper and print were written on vellum in a distinctive minuscule script which reflects 1,000 years of literary tradition.’
  • 46) ‘Because minuscules are generally later than uncials, and also because they were easier to produce, minuscule copies outnumber uncials of the New Testament in a ratio of ten to one.’
  • 47) ‘Not one of them is written in the type of small, utilitarian script, called current minuscule, which was the common form of handwriting used in liturgical handbooks and schoolbooks in the seventh and eighth centuries.’
  • 48) ‘From the late 8th century onwards a new script, Caroline minuscule, swept throughout Europe along with the Carolingian Empire.’
  • 49) ‘The development of Carolingian minuscule had, although somewhat indirectly, a large impact on the history of mathematics.’
  • 50) ‘The Caroline minuscule, however, had a relatively weak impact on the writing habits of Italian notaries, who remained faithful to the cursive style.’
  • 51) ‘The letters of the new script, called the Carolingian minuscule, were written in upper and lower case, with punctuation and words were separated.’
  • 52) ‘A process of turning the old unspaced capital scripts into minuscule began and much of the mathematical writing which have survived have done so because they were copied into this new format.’
  • 53) ‘As in Rome, this development ended with graffiti that used script in an unstructured and disorganized way, in which ‘aristocratic’ scripts stood side by side with uncials or minuscules of various derivations.’

Examples

  • 1) On Thursday afternoon, February 28, the submarine arrived in 500 feet of water, west of miniscule Forester Island.
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