submicroscopic love

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • adjective Too small to be resolved by an optical microscope.

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  • adjective Smaller than microscopic; too small to be seen even with a microscope.

Etymologies

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sub- +‎ microscopic

Examples

  • Against violent and cunning opposition, the three of them unearth a scheme to capture the submicroscopic black hole that caused the Tunguska Event and use its awesome power to transform the world -- or end it altogether.

    January 2009

  • Kaku and Greene go on to explain that at one point in the history of our reality these 10 dimensions collapsed into our present four dimensional universe and a six dimensional one which folded into "an infinite array of submicroscopic knots, within and behind it."

    Rabbi Adam Jacobs: A Kabbalistic View Of Evolution

  • The emergent principles of thermodynamics, which were introduced to describe macroscopic systems such as steam engines and refrigerators, were eventually derived from the submicroscopic atomic theory of matter.

    Victor Stenger: The Hubris of Holism

  • Jack Adler thinks he's fingered the culprit: a submicroscopic black hole, smaller than an atom, heavier than a mountain, older than the stars.

    January 2009

  • The emergent principles of thermodynamics, which were introduced to describe macroscopic systems such as steam engines and refrigerators, were eventually derived from the submicroscopic atomic theory of matter.

    Victor Stenger: The Hubris of Holism

  • Jack Adler thinks he's fingered the culprit: a submicroscopic black hole, smaller than an atom, heavier than a mountain, older than the stars.

    Free AudioBook: Singularity by Bill DeSmedt

  • The key to the Feynman Drive is a submicroscopic sample of the hypothetical element Feynmanium, named after my real-life mentor and co-author from my Caltech days.

    MIND MELD: The Best Spaceships in Written Science Fiction

  • The true life takes place when we're alone, thinking, feeling, lost in memory, dreamingly selfaware, the submicroscopic moments.

    Excerpt: Point Omega by Don DeLillo

  • Against violent and cunning opposition, the three of them unearth a scheme to capture the submicroscopic black hole that caused the Tunguska Event and use its awesome power to transform the world -- or end it altogether.

    Free AudioBook: Singularity by Bill DeSmedt

  • The emergent principles of thermodynamics, which were introduced to describe macroscopic systems such as steam engines and refrigerators, were eventually derived from the submicroscopic atomic theory of matter.

    Victor Stenger: The Hubris of Holism

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