Synonyms for Minor:
piddling, trifling, meager.
•insignificant, small (adjective)
trivial, negligible, petty, subordinate, junior, lesser, secondary, slight, inferior, unimportant, piddling, paltry, trifling.
modest, teeny, smallish, miniature, paltry, negligible, spare, deficient, wee, stingy, puny, slim, minute, little, itty-bitty, picayune, petite, ungenerous, piddling, sparing, tiny, microscopic, delicate, slight, scrawny, teeny-weeny, baby, small, mere, compact, dwarfish, toy, niggardly, short, meager, teensy, diminutive, scanty, minimal, beggarly, trifling, weeny, miserly, scant, bantam, nugatory, pocket.
superficial, of no consequence/of little consequence, irrelevant, meaningless, unconsidered, minute, mere, small.
n.boomerang kid, child prodigy, imp, cherub, bairn, issue. smalltime, clear, subaltern, bloodless, lower, inferior, lesser, subordinate, antimalarial, petty, broad-spectrum, over, bionic, antibacterial, minor league, antenatal, combination, under, aseptic, clinical. correspondence course, law, ed, articles, class, apprenticeship, doctoral, concentration, crash course, day school, course. •adolescent (noun)
junior, youth, teen, adolescent, juvenile, young man, teenager, young woman.
kid, tike, nipper, pocket-sized, venial, child, nonaged, nestling, secondary, tyke, youngster, fry, pardonable, pocket-size, small fry, junior, tiddler, underage, shaver, modest, limited, small, small-scale, insignificant, peanut.
•person under legal age of maturity (noun)
youngster, girl, baby, lad, adolescent, underage, infant, juvenile, teenager, boy, youth, child.
trivial, unimportant, lesser.
•young person (noun)
waif, newborn, girl, sprig, stripling, youngster, toddler, boy, fledgling, lass, lad, urchin, kid, sapling, sprout, slip, innocent, infant, child.
Usage examples for minor
The charge is not just in regard to either of the two great faults which are urged against the style, strictly speaking; while it is hardly just in reference to a minor charge which is brought against what is not quite style, namely, the selection and treatment of the thought. – A History of English Literature Elizabethan Literature by George Saintsbury