It has 32 members—and 16 of them come from the infinitesimally tiny portion of the planet that makes its living in high finance.
He must have been infinitesimally small; but that did not matter.
Just think—that sparrow when we last saw it was infinitesimally small.
Mathematicians, I suppose, could calculate the probabilities, but they must be infinitesimally small.
Their success, of which so much is said in England and America, is "infinitesimally small."
This condition will be satisfied if the time of journey down a ray and down all infinitesimally differing paths is the same.
We are here in presence of geological changes affected neither by shock nor convulsion, nor yet by infinitesimally slow degrees.
The inkstand from Italy was large in promise, but poor in fulfillment—the place for ink was infinitesimally small.
One human lifetime is too infinitesimally small to relearn procedures that have taken aeons to develop.
The trouble is that they are so small, so infinitesimally small, almost.