noun

  • another term for fine print
    • ‘The problem was I remembered the story as being really big when it was just a very small three paragraph article written in small print.’
    • ‘In small print at the bottom were a list of advisory pamphlets that were available, apparently in all major dialects and communication methods.’
    • ‘This text appeared at the end of twenty-one lines of very small print at the end of a page.’
    • ‘The small print at the bottom of the page said it was printed in 1930.’
    • ‘This is noted by the author's biography listed at the bottom of the article in small print.’
    • ‘Their names are recorded in small print on the backs of dusty album sleeves or frayed concert programs, as sidemen and women.’
    • ‘One policy seen by Scotland on Sunday ran to 13 pages of small print containing 15,000 words.’

Pronunciation:

small print

/ˌsmôl ˈprint/