Microscopial

Mi`cro*sco"pi*al

(?), a. Microscopic. [R.] Berkeley.
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Mi`cro*scop"ic

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Mi`cro*scop"ic*al

(?), } a. [Cf. F. microscopique.]
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1. Of or pertaining to the microscope or to microscopy; made with a microscope; as, microscopic observation.
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2. Able to see extremely minute objects.
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Why has not man a microscopic eye?
Pope.
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3. Very small. Specifically, visible only by the aid of a microscope; as, a microscopic insect; also used figuratively; as, a microscopic advantage.
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