Friday, September 2, 2011

minuscule (adj)

1. Experts say even minuscule amounts of second-hand smoke can be harmful.
2. Most people think radiation emitted by cell phones are so minuscule they're not worth worrying over.
3. He doesn't think he'll get the job; he says his experience is minuscule compared to the other applicants.
4. Studying English every single day even in minuscule amounts can make a huge difference in the long run.
5. Pennies on the sidewalk seem minuscule, but if you regularly pick them up, they add up.

Minuscule means very small in amount (or in size).

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