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synonyms for minutia

  • fiddle-faddle
  • frippery
  • frivolity
  • froth
  • memorabilia
  • minutiae
  • nonsense
  • trifle
  • trifles
  • trivialities
  • triviality
  • fine points
  • small change
  • small potatoes
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How to use minutia in a sentence

All this was testified to, with every minutia of detail, before the Investigating Committee.
PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS OF PARDEE BUTLERPARDEE BUTLER
The relations between the two monarchs had been regulated with a minutia worthy of Asiatic courts.
LOUIS XIV AND LA GRANDE MADEMOISELLEARVEDE BARINE
He conformed to their taste; he flattered their foibles and obsequiously bowed to the minutia of female volatility.
ALIDAAMELIA STRATTON COMFIELD
If so, it is useless to try, or hope to know what life is in its minutia.
PHILOSOPHY OF OSTEOPATHYANDREW T. STILL
I omitted not the least minutia, and was surprised that in these matters I should know without ever having learned.
THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF MADAME GUYONJEANNE MARIE BOUVIER DE LA MOTTE GUYON
And from thence, giving every historical minutia down to the present time.
SERMONS OF CHRISTMAS EVANSJOSEPH CROSS
Dr. Boxton took the stand and testified, with a minutia of detail, how the bribe had been paid to him.
'THE SYSTEM,' AS UNCOVERED BY THE SAN FRANCISCO GRAFT PROSECUTIONFRANKLIN HICHBORN
Space forbids entering into the minutia either of construction or machinery used.
THE NIAGARA RIVERARCHER BUTLER HULBERT
Ellen will have detailed to you all the minutia of our excursion; a recapitulation from me would therefore be tedious.
CHARLOTTE BRONTE AND HER CIRCLECLEMENT K. SHORTER
The brain with all organs, nerves, vessels, and every minutia in form with all materials found or used in life.
PHILOSOPHY OF OSTEOPATHYANDREW T. STILL
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