It would fit into this sentence: ...important for the reader to overlook the mewnewsha of details and enjoy ....

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    Probably minutiae, which is a Latin word meaning 'little things'. May 24, 2017 at 3:29

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[mi-noo-shee-uh, -shuh, -nyoo-]
noun, plural minutiae [mi-noo-shee-ee, -nyoo-]

  1. Usually, minutiae. precise details; small or trifling matters:


A recent usage:

Peter Quill: Oh you wanna talk about senseless? How about trying to save us by blowing us up.
Rocket Raccoon: We were only gonna blow you up if they didn't turn you over.
Peter Quill: And how on earth were they gonna turn us over when you only gave them a count of five?
Rocket Raccoon: Well we didn't have time to work out the minutiae of the plan.

--Guardians of the Galaxy

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