EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MINIKIN
"Felt sure somehow that he'd take a liking to you," answered Minikin.
"Well, I should let her wait," replied Minikin, replacing his eye.
"No one like you quiet fellows for going it when you do begin," commented Minikin.
I explained that I had already put Minikin in possession of all the facts.
It is a very small bag, containing a yet smaller rolled-up housewife furnished with minikin needles and fine thread.
Manikin and Minikin is reprinted by special permission of Alfred Kreymborg.
She is no minikin Michael or Guy or Maurice, but a semblable moving figure.
The minikin man gave Timothy a glance of ineffable disdain, and left the room.
That minikin shivering old man, that homunculus, that thing, master of Europe and the West?
Minikin, min′i-kin, n. a little darling: a small sort of pin: the treble string of a lute.