- constituting a minimum: a minimal mode of transportation.
- barely adequate or the least possible: minimal care.
Origin of minimal
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Examples from the Web for minimally
And the hot fudge is some of the best anywhere – thick and glossy black, just minimally sweet.Dr. Mike’s Makes the Best Ice Cream on Earth
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Modern medications—from opiates to steroids to neuro-implants—are, at best, minimally effective.Longtime Sufferers of Cluster Headaches Find Relief in Psychedelics
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Glick, Tobin and Koplow see these all as either totally wrong-headed criticisms or so minimally problematic as to be negligible.Is The Israeli Press Only "Partly Free"?
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This week, I tried a new, minimally invasive procedure called Evolastin.Hey, Ashley Judd: I’m Puffy From Cosmetic Surgery—And Proud of It
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Elegant, minimally clad mannequins view passersby with an arrogant mien.Gay Syrian Blogger a Hoax?
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Index was minimally checked for accuracy of page references and consistency with spellings in referenced pages.South America Observations and Impressions
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
Historic and systematic aspects of functional illiteracy, as well as language degradation, are minimally addressed.
Within such a pragmatic framework, education and the sharing of experience were minimally differentiated from each other.
- of the least possible; minimum or smallest
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Word Origin and History for minimally
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