He knew to a minim how much brandy had evaporated since his last survey of the sideboard.
Then again she buzzed, this time sending only a single minim sprawling.
It so happened that these minim once posed Saphra about that which is written in Amos iii.
The first note of the measure, which was a minim, has been changed to a crotchet.
Lesbia set to work to try and explain the functions of a minim, a crotchet, and a quaver.
When shaken in a minim measure with half its volume of concentrated solution of chloride of calcium, its volume should not lessen.
It is not exactly Greek music, Mr. minim, that you are giving us for our Aristophanic choruses.
Note that the minim (half note) rest is used as a half-bar rest.
At such an hour as this Malone wasted no minim of strength in futile anger.
He was apparently engaged in making sure that not one minim of this most costly liquor was wasted.
mid-15c., in music, from Latin minimus "smallest, least; minute, trifling, insignificant;" of time, "least, shortest, very short;" of age, "youngest;" as a noun, "least price, lowest price" (see minimum). Calligraphy sense is from c.1600.
minim min·im (mĭn'əm)
In the United States, a unit of volume equal to 1/60 of a fluid dram, or 0.0616 milliliters.
In Great Britain, 1/20 of a scruple, or 0.0592 milliliters.
The smallest or the least of several similar structures.