microscopically microscopically  /ˌmaɪ krə ˈskɑ pɪk li/


  1. (adv) by using a microscope; so as to be visible only with a microscope; as seen with a microscope
  2. (adv) as if by using a microscope; with extreme precision and attention to detail; in minute detail


  1. Design them small enough, and you can put them in microscopically tiny places machinery could never go before.
  2. No matter how carefully she is handled, scientists say, the bones will invariably be damaged, if only microscopically.
  3. Preparing to putt at the past Westchester Classic, Raymond Floyd noticed the ball move microscopically and docked himself a stroke.


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  1. "Holding Sarah Palin to just three interviews and microscopically focusing on each interview I think has been a mistake," Romney said on MSNBC television.
    on Sep 29, 2008 By: Mitt Romney Source: Forbes

  2. This month, Francis Maude, Minister for the Cabinet Office, said the new Communities First fund would be "super-local, seriously neighbourhood-based and almost microscopically granular".
    on Jun 18, 2010 By: Francis Maude Source: Third Sector (blog)

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