Definition of Minutely. Meaning of Minutely. Synonyms of Minutely

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Definition of Minutely

Minutely
Minutely Mi*nute"ly, adv. [From 4th Minute.] In a minute manner; with minuteness; exactly; nicely.
Minutely
Minutely Min"ute*ly, adv. At intervals of a minute; very often and regularly. --J. Philips. Minutely proclaimed in thunder from heaven. --Hammond.

Meaning of Minutely from wikipedia

- maturity) that is usually somewhat wrinkled near the center; a whitish and minutely fuzzy under surface; a round, cuplike shape when young, and a flattened-irregular...
- a decrease in the oblateness of the Earth. It also caused the Earth to minutely "wobble" on its axis by up to 25 mm (1 in) in the direction of 145° east...
- Peirce and Joseph Jastrow found in 1884 that subjects could choose the minutely heavier of two weights even if consciously uncertain of the difference...
- cinema, noting that "Simon Beaufoy studied Salim-Javed's kind of cinema minutely." Boyle has cited the influence of several Bollywood films set in Mumbai...
- it's spread, as well as salt, the origanum and garlic cloves shredded minutely. Others are covered with grated cheese and dressed with lard, and then...
- retrospective season of his film work. Olivier's acting technique was minutely crafted, and he was known for changing his appearance considerably from...
- these are to adjust the time of the clock. Adding a coin has the effect of minutely lifting the position of the pendulum's centre of m****, reducing the effective...
- wide. They are a glossy dark green with no hairs above, and paler and minutely hairy to no hairs below. The leaf stalks are 4 millimetres (0.16 in) to...
- storms. Heat, generated by large metropolitan areas have been shown to minutely affect nearby weather, even at distances as far as 1,600 kilometres (990 mi)...
- and the Louvre possess Etruscan sceptres of gold, most elaborately and minutely ornamented. The Roman sceptre probably derived from the Etruscan. Under...
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