You certainly can use the TinyMCE to change the font-size of a selected word in a page/post. People often times use a plugin like TinyMCE Advanced (https://wordpress.org/plugins/tinymce-advanced/) which adds a font-size drop-down the row of buttons in that editor.
I personally tend to use the “text” editor instead. My biggest complaint with the visual editor is often times styles don’t get applied or removed correctly.
You can change a font-size there by wrapping your text in a “span” and adding a style with the font-size to it. That’s actually how the TinyMCE editor adds styles too. Here’s how to set the size the manual way:
<span style="font-size: 20px;">Your text</span>
You can add that in the middle of a sentence and your text inside that span will be 20 pixels tall.
Hope that helps out,
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