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- grants pass,
- granular cell tumor,
- granular conjunctivitis,
- granular endoplasmic reticulum,
- granular layer,
- granular leukoblast
Origin of granular
gran·u·lar·i·ty, noungran·u·lar·ly, adverbmul·ti·gran·u·lar, adjectivenon·gran·u·lar, adjective
sub·gran·u·lar, adjectivesub·gran·u·lar·ly, adverbsub·gran·u·lar·i·ty, nounun·gran·u·lar, adjective
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Examples from the Web for granularity
The acid of the tomato destroys the granularity of the sugar.Candy-Making Revolutionized|Mary Elizabeth Hall
the state or quality of being grainy or granular
the state or quality of being composed of many individual pieces or elements
of, like, containing, or resembling a granule or granules
having a grainy or granulated surface
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Composed or appearing to be composed of granules or grains.
Relating to or containing particles having a strong affinity for nuclear stains, as in certain bacteria.
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