plural noun, singular mi·nu·ti·a [mi-noo-shuh, -shee-uh, -nyoo-]. /mɪˈnu ʃə, -ʃi ə, -ˈnyu-/.
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OTHER WORDS FROM minutiaemi·nu·ti·al, adjective
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How to use minutiae in a sentence
This inveterate list maker also loved minutiae; in his copious account books, he kept track of every cent he ever spent.
Trekkies are defensive about the minutiae of their sacred source material, sometimes to the point of pretension.
The two companies have been competing over minutiae for a long time.
By and large, they tend to be carefully choreographed retellings of political minutiae that serve to justify decisions.
This I can assert as a fact, that those distinctions are perceived by the angels in heaven as to their minutiae.The Delights of Wisdom Pertaining to Conjugial Love|Emanuel Swedenborg
I am very close and careful you see, in all minutiae; always was,—pave 'em with rubbish and stones, 6d.The Caxtons, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton
There is no need to go through the minutiae of the struggle.The Canadian Portrait Gallery Volume 3|John Charles Dent
This Sunday morning she was very busy with domestic minutiae.New Grub Street|George Gissing
She seemed to understand his trials by instinct, and even the minutiae of his work made themselves curiously clear to her.That Lass O' Lowrie's|Frances Hodgson Burnett