noun, plural mi·nu·ti·ae [mi-noo-shee-ee, -nyoo-] /mɪˈnu ʃiˌi, -ˈnyu-/.
Related formsmi·nu·ti·al, adjective
Examples from the Web for minutiae
Trekkies are defensive about the minutiae of their sacred source material, sometimes to the point of pretension.
The discussion is, inevitably, concerned with minutiae in details about which our actual information is far from being minute.The World of Homer|Andrew Lang
Despite the ominousness of the times, Mercer continued with the daily routine, the minutiae of which filled his journal.The Cultural History of Marlborough, Virginia|C. Malcolm Watkins
They feel themselves too great to enter into the minutiae of common folks' concerns.Home as Found|James Fenimore Cooper