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  • n  the property of being very small in size
    hence the minuteness of detail in the painting
  • n  great precision; painstaking attention to details
    he examined the essay with the greatest minuteness

  • The days immediately preceding the war are described with graphic minuteness from the naval angle, as are the opening phases of the world conflict.
  • He had a Wellsian feeling for science and material progress, often pondered on the vastness of the material universe, as contrasted with the minuteness of man.
  • Looking at his picture of a soda bottle simply perched on the hood of a car, you can't help thinking of what Henry James once wrote about Nathaniel Hawthorne: "The minuteness of .

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