These fine-drawn speculations, however, are a sheer waste of breath.
There it is again—a fine-drawn, shrill, piercing cry as of some animal in trouble.
Something like this I have heard, but it seems too fine-drawn a conclusion.
I, who am not so fine-drawn, had found the last hour a little trying.
The officers they found to be fine-drawn, lean, determined-looking youngsters, unlike the well-known heavy Teutonic type.
There could be no better audience for the fine-drawn arguments which such a controversy demands.
As the door closed, Kirkwood swung impulsively to Brentwick, with the brief, uneven laugh of fine-drawn nerves.
The fine-drawn distinctions of such men were quickly brushed aside by the aggressive self-confidence of the inquisitors.
Neither must Thor see it, however; his rough sense would fail to appreciate her fine-drawn distinction.
The premises are assumed without sufficient investigation, while the reasonings are fine-drawn and flimsy.