fine-grained[ fahyn-greynd ]SEE DEFINITION OF fine-grained
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FINE-GRAINED
Choose a fine-grained leg of wether mutton, of twelve or fourteen pounds weight; cut it ham shape, and let it hang two days.
An' they're too fine-grained to scratch other folks the wrong way.
Ebony is hard and fine-grained, like ivory, and it takes a high polish.
The wood is fine-grained and makes a most beautiful interior finish.
Flesh reddish-orange, fine-grained, mild, and well flavored.
The skin is fine-grained, not woolly but fine-haired, like a deer.
Most of them are of tufa covered with stucco; the rest are of fine-grained limestone.
The wood is very heavy, hard, fine-grained, and is nearly black.
Their flesh is fine-grained, crisp, firm, or fine and delicate.
To get the best results it should be fine-grained and of the best quality.