Origin of fine-drawn
Definition for fine-drawn (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), fine-drew, fine-drawn, fine-draw·ing.
Origin of fine-draw
Examples from the Web for fine-drawn
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 Rome|Mrs. (Margaret) Oliphant
There it is again—a fine-drawn, shrill, piercing cry as of some animal in trouble.Diamond Dyke|George Manville Fenn
The premises are assumed without sufficient investigation, while the reasonings are fine-drawn and flimsy.William Ewart Gladstone|James Bryce
He began to look a little thin and fine-drawn; the typical American husband, she told him reprovingly.Why Joan?|Eleanor Mercein Kelly