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minutia - noun (plural minutiae)

 

Note: Most people use the word to mean “small details.” They should therefore opt for the plural minutiae.

Example: This small piece of minutia brought down the entire project. noun (singular)

Example: Don’t let the minutiae bother you. noun (plural)

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