- n. Plural form of minuscule.
“Your college work comes first—but I cant help wondering how, if time is reduced to such minuscules, you would ever have thought of trying out for a play.”
“The ascenders and descenders may be drawn so short as hardly to transcend the guide lines of the minuscules, or may grow into  flourishes up and down, to the right or to the left, to fill awkward blanks.”
“In these examples it will be noted that the minuscules seem to be more easily transformed into capitals than do the capitals into minuscules; only a few of the latter appearing to lend themselves harmoniously to the small letter guise.”
“The letters shown in 182 are fairly typical of the characteristic Blackletter minuscules of Italy.”
“Written in regular Italian minuscules of the 15th century, formed on the models of the 11th and 12th centuries.”
“Written in very regular, bold Italian minuscules of the period of the”
“And there are a few additions in minuscules by a still later hand.”
Dio's Rome, Volume 1 (of 6) An Historical Narrative Originally Composed in Greek during the Reigns of Septimius Severus, Geta and Caracalla, Macrinus, Elagabalus and Alexander Severus: and Now Presented in English Form
“Roman numerals were nearly always written in minuscules.”
“Vaticanus (B), Codex Sinaiticus (aleph), and Codex Bez (D), in the original text of the palimpsest of St. Ephraem (C), in the Syrian translation of Cureton, as well as in the Coptic and Sahidic translations, in some minuscules, in three manuscripts of the Itala, in four of the Vulgate, and in some Armenian manuscripts.”
“New Testament minuscules better and help to localize them.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘minuscules’.
from Ivan Illich's In the Vineyard of the Text - a commentary on the transition from a oral tradition to a text tradition of reading in the 12th century, and varied other discourses of Illich on a...
Looking for tweets for minuscules.