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  • nounseed, piece
  • nountexture of fabric

synonyms for grain

  • cereal
  • corn
  • atom
  • bit
  • crumb
  • drop
  • fragment
  • granule
  • grist
  • iota
  • jot
  • kernel
  • mite
  • modicum
  • molecule
  • morsel
  • mote
  • ounce
  • particle
  • pellet
  • scintilla
  • scrap
  • scruple
  • smidgen
  • spark
  • speck
  • tittle
  • trace
  • whit
  • fiber
  • direction
  • pattern
  • character
  • surface
  • tooth
  • current
  • nap
  • staple
  • tendency
  • weave
  • warp and woof
  • weft
  • tissue
  • make-up
  • striation
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antonyms for grain

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  • lot
  • whole
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    Scary radiation effects seen in lab animals or cell cultures should be taken with a grain of salt.
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    County officials told NBC 7 San Diego to take the increases with a grain of salt.
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    This allowed the vehicle to trundle up hills of loose grains.
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    When the Scottish botanist Robert Brown observed the chance jiggling of pollen grains in water in 1827, his name was permanently wedded to the most famous type of random movement.
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    Thus Ostia became the main entry point for the overseas grain that was imported from Sicily and Sardinia.
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    On the economic level, the bigger castles also served as industrial and agricultural centers with mills tailored to grain and olive oil production – as mentioned by David Nicolle.
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    It’s found in breads and other foods made with certain grains.
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    And I have not had the first morsel of food prepared from this grain offered me since I reached the shores of Europe.
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    WORDS RELATED TO GRAIN

    • bit
    • crumb
    • dot
    • fragment
    • grain
    • iota
    • jot
    • minimum
    • mite
    • modicum
    • molecule
    • morsel
    • mote
    • ounce
    • particle
    • scintilla
    • scrap
    • shred
    • smidgen
    • speck
    • spot
    • tittle
    • trace
    • whit
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