OTHER WORDS FROM grainedgrained·ness [greynd-nis, grey-nid-], /ˈgreɪnd nɪs, ˈgreɪ nɪd-/, nounnon·grained, adjectiveun·grained, adjectivewell-grained, adjective
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How to use grained in a sentence
Resolution refers to the number of pixels on screen, with higher resolutions being capable of more fine-grained detail and smoothness.Best monitors for PS5: How to get 4K/120Hz for less|Will Fulton|September 8, 2021|Popular-Science
“Studies show the sediment from the harbor is too fine-grained, and it quickly washes away in the surf and tides,” the Union-Tribune wrote.North County Report: Oceanside Moves Ahead on Groins Without Mayor’s Support|Kayla Jimenez|August 18, 2021|Voice of San Diego
The faster the electrons, the shorter their wavelengths, which made them sensitive to more fine-grained features of the proton, as if they’d cranked up the resolution of a microscope.Decades-Long Quest Reveals Details of the Proton’s Inner Antimatter|Natalie Wolchover|February 24, 2021|Quanta Magazine
Edith Wharton, of course, writes in such a startlingly sharp and close-grained way about how people live.
At best, the artist gives us a fine-grained picture of her subjects, a picture that allows us to see them aright.
Consider, for example, that all of the questions about the economy were very fine-grained.
Close-grained grey and yellowish-grey granite, with brown mica.
Fine-grained quartzose sandstone, of a purplish hue, resembling a rock on the banks of the Severn, near Bridgenorth.
Very compact and fine-grained reddish granular quartz, with a glistening lustre, and flat conchoidal fracture.
The wood of apple trees is hard, close-grained and often richly colored, and is suitable for turning or cabinet work.The Wonder Book of Knowledge|Various
One of the latter struck my knee with force enough to wound the bone without penetrating the grained-leather boot-leg.