At best, the artist gives us a fine-grained picture of her subjects, a picture that allows us to see them aright.
Wood light, fine-grained, durable; the heart-wood of a handsome dark red color.
Choose a fine-grained leg of wether mutton, of twelve or fourteen pounds weight; cut it ham shape, and let it hang two days.
Not so fine-grained or so sweet as the Yellow or Purple, but quite farinaceous and well flavored.
An' they're too fine-grained to scratch other folks the wrong way.
In the wall, on the right bank, is a dike of trap-rock, cutting through a fine-grained gray granite.
The timber is fine-grained, strong and heavy, with a reddish tinge.
It is described as a large lead of fine-grained galena, carrying native silver in wire form.
At last comes one that is not too fine-grained or sensitive.
A variety of fine-grained marble from the island of Paros, probably so called because quarried by torchlight.