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Use "miniscule" in a sentence
"Griffin said he could "promise DRS a very healthy and robust legal challenge" if the state tries to recoup what he called "miniscule" sales taxes that may have been generated when there was still a relationship with the affiliates and the law was in effect."
"Not that they're not uniform now, but I'm talkin miniscule tolerances."
"This past week I noticed that some Mexicans visiting here were attending movies, restauraunts, and shopping, in miniscule thongs that would probably get them kicked off of every beach in Florida except for the gay/nude ones."