Related formsmin·i·mal·ly, adverbnon·min·i·mal, adjectivesub·min·i·mal, adjective
Examples from the Web for minimally
Modern medications—from opiates to steroids to neuro-implants—are, at best, minimally effective.Longtime Sufferers of Cluster Headaches Find Relief in Psychedelics|Valerie Vande Panne|February 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Glick, Tobin and Koplow see these all as either totally wrong-headed criticisms or so minimally problematic as to be negligible.
This week, I tried a new, minimally invasive procedure called Evolastin.Hey, Ashley Judd: I’m Puffy From Cosmetic Surgery—And Proud of It|Samantha Marshall|April 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Elegant, minimally clad mannequins view passersby with an arrogant mien.
It was one of many two-story homes on that block, with trees and minimally manicured lawns.
Within such a pragmatic framework, education and the sharing of experience were minimally differentiated from each other.
Index was minimally checked for accuracy of page references and consistency with spellings in referenced pages.South America Observations and Impressions|James Bryce
Historic and systematic aspects of functional illiteracy, as well as language degradation, are minimally addressed.
I understand that, minimally, you will include clear notation that the book is copyrighted by the copyright holder, which is me.Definition & Reality in the General Theory of Political Economy|Thomas Colignatus