Part of speech: noun
Origin: French, mid 17th century
A small or minor literary or musical work.
Examples of Opuscule in a sentence
"While this book could be considered an opuscule, it means a lot to me personally."
"The opuscule doesn't even sound like it was written by the famous poet."
This noun originally comes from the Latin word "opusculum," a dimunutive of the word that means "work." If you are working on a project, no matter how big or small it is, you might refer to it as your opus.
Did you Know?
A magnum opus is the complete opposite of an opuscule work. It refers to the most important work of an artist's career, often one that they are most recognized for.