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small, less

menu list of dishes for a meal, available options displayed on a screen
mince cut or chop into small pieces, moderate or restrain words, speak in an affected way
miniature small in its class, copy in a smaller size, small picture
minimum least possible, least amount that must be paid
minister to attend to another's needs, one authorized to perform religious functions, agent carrying out functions
minor under legal age, secondary, smaller amount, lesser rank or importance
minority smaller in numbers, fewer number of votes, under age, smaller group with distinctive presence in a society
minstrel medieval entertainer, musician, poet. Troup of entertainers.
minuet slow, stately pattern dance (17th century France), movement in 3/4 time
minuscule tiny, very small
minute unit of time or measurement, 1/60th of hour, degree, official recordings of a meeting
minuteman an armed man pledged to be ready to fight at a minute's notice. (Rev. War)
Created by: betsy_julien