Yet after spending $20 trillion, it will only have reduced temperatures by a minuscule 0.1°F.
The truth is that even if it this movie works, the chances that it can earn its money back seem to be minuscule to nonexistent.
The potential cost is huge; the short-term benefits are minuscule.
Hawking radiation for realistic black holes is a minuscule effect, and the bigger the black hole, the less radiation there is.
And not only that, but Gallup's margin of error is minuscule.
That's not a gigantic number, but it's not a minuscule one, either.
Figure 61 illustrates a type form of minuscule which may be commended for study.
It seemed highly unconvincing, later, because some long-delayed perception produced a reaction in the dinies' minuscule brains.
Alan said quietly, sliding back to sit on the minuscule counter surface in his kitchenette.
The text is a fine and elegant Roman minuscule interspersed with italic.
1705, "small (not capital) letter;" as an adjective, "small," from 1727 (in printing; general sense of "extremely small" by 1893), from French minuscule (17c.), from Latin minuscula, in minuscula littera "slightly smaller letter," fem. of minusculus "rather less, rather small," diminutive of minus "less" (see minus). Related: Minuscular.