a game or amusement modeled on golf and played with a putter and golf ball, in which each very short, grassless “hole” constitutes an obstacle course, consisting of wooden alleys, tunnels, bridges, etc., through which the ball must be driven to hole it.
noun 1. photography with a camera using film that is 35 millimeters wide or less.
noun 1. one of a German breed of toy dogs resembling a smaller version of the Doberman pinscher, having a flat skull, a smooth coat, erect ears, and a docked tail, bred originally as a watchdog.
noun 1. one of a German breed of sturdily built terriers resembling a smaller version of the standard schnauzer, having a wiry, pepper-and-salt, black, or black-and-silver coat, a rectangular head, bushy whiskers, and a docked tail, and originally developed as a farm dog but now raised primarily as a pet.
[min-ee-uh-cher-ist, min-uh-cher-] /ˈmɪn i ə tʃər ɪst, ˈmɪn ə tʃər-/ noun 1. an artist whose specialty is small, discrete works. 2. a person who makes, collects, or specializes in objects: a miniaturist with a collection of dollhouses. /ˈmɪnɪtʃərɪst/ noun 1. a person who paints miniature portraits n. “maker of miniatures,” 1800, from miniature (n.) + […]