Thesaurus / fine-drawn
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It grew, and its hissing, crackling length reached upward to a fine-drawn point that touched the opening above.
There could be no better audience for the fine-drawn arguments which such a controversy demands.
THE MAKERS OF MODERN ROMEMRS. (MARGARET) OLIPHANT
There it is again—a fine-drawn, shrill, piercing cry as of some animal in trouble.
DIAMOND DYKEGEORGE MANVILLE FENN
The premises are assumed without sufficient investigation, while the reasonings are fine-drawn and flimsy.
He began to look a little thin and fine-drawn; the typical American husband, she told him reprovingly.
WHY JOAN?ELEANOR MERCEIN KELLY
As the great man approached him he spread out his fine-drawn nostrils and sniffed.
LYSBETHH. RIDER HAGGARD
In the earlier dress, about 1485, the neck setting of dress became very square, and was filled with fine-drawn lawn.
DRESS DESIGNTALBOT HUGHES
Something like this I have heard, but it seems too fine-drawn a conclusion.
BEAST AND MAN IN INDIAJOHN LOCKWOOD KIPLING
Yet this time she did not blush, and her voice cut with its fine-drawn irony: "Words—words!"
A VOLUNTEER WITH PIKEROBERT AMES BENNET
She laughed at her sixteen years with a fine-drawn laugh that flowed on with rhythmic trilling like a streamlet.

WORDS RELATED TO FINE-DRAWN

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.