Definition of minutiose
: attentive to or dealing with minutiae precision of minutiose observation — J. A. Thomson minutiose and troublesome attentions — Metropolis
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Origin and Etymology of minutiose
minutiose alteration (influenced by -ose) of minutious, from French minutieux, from minutie minutia (from Latin minutia) + -eux -ous
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