Synonyms for Minute:


all (adjective)
exact, precise (adjective)
circumstantial, careful, elaborate, particular, specialized, detailed.
few (adjective)
inconsiderable, meager, trifling, few, piddling.
unimportant (adjective)
one-horse, slight, unimportant, irrelevant, fiddling, worthless, insipid, minor, immaterial, piddling, banal, Flyspeck, insignificant, inconsequential, trivial, trite, measly, trifling, picayune, negligible, paltry, nonessential, small, frivolous.
very small (adjective)
inconsiderable, infinitesimal, invisible, piddling, insignificant, miniature, teeny-weeny, microscopic, peewee, puny, tiny, exiguous, molecular, precise, atomic, wee, minimal, little, diminutive, exact.


discreet, midget. a bit, short-term, bout. inscription, chit, memo, memorandum, iou, jottings, caption, message. cosine, perpendicular, cos, orthogonal, obtuse, oblique, degree, median, cotangent. kilometre, K, mi, light year, astronomical unit, km, food mile. half-hour, M, nanosecond. brief time period (noun)
min, second, moment.
exact (noun)
detailed, elaborate, specialized, circumstantial, particular.
measure (noun)
cubit, inch, kilometer, fathom, decimeter, block, decameter, measure, league, knot, foot, hectometer, millimeter, ell, criterion, angstrom, step, furlong, centimeter, meter, micron, yard, rod, mil, mile.
minute (noun)
narrow, hour, atomlike, atomic, small, little, moment, microscopic, infinitesimal, careful, min, arcminute, minute of arc, bit, microscopical.
point of time (noun)
second, era, term, millennium, century, week, decade, lifetime, semester, generation, month, time, year, epoch, day, microsecond, age, millisecond, hour.
trivial (noun)
immaterial, nonessential.


chronicle (verb)
chronicle, log, enumerate, inventory, Journalize, note, clock, index, catalog, register, account, archive, record.

Other synonyms:

inscription, cos, peewee, memorandum, orthogonal, chit, cotangent, memo, jottings, cosine, JIFF, iou. half-hour, midget, short-term, discreet, obtuse. bout, perpendicular, caption. median, message, tick, degree, oblique. M. detailed

Usage examples for minute

  1. This house will go down in a minute – The Locusts' Years by Mary Helen Fee
  2. " I'll show you in a minute – Winter Fun by William O. Stoddard
  3. Come into the house this very minute both of you. – The Princess and Joe Potter by James Otis