minutiae[ mi-noo-shee-uh, -shuh, -nyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF minutiae
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MINUTIAE
But it is unnecessary to trace these studies in all their minutiae.
In the midst of them stood their chief, explaining the minutiae of the work they had to do.
But whether the story is true in all its minutiae or not, it matters but little.
But to go into details—to relate the minutiae—is too agonizing!
There is no need to go through the minutiae of the struggle.
I know not the minutiae of Peter Cooper's religious opinions.
He was in the field quite careless of the minutiae of drill.
Now, of the minutiae of grammar, scarcely any man ever attained a just knowledge, who was acquainted with only one language.
Thus the lad was gradually initiated into all the minutiae of administration.
Where the product is so enormous—so vastly beyond our immediate necessities—it is not requisite to go into any minutiae of detail.