finally vs finely

finally finely

Definitions

  • 1) sequence To finish (with); lastly.
  • 2) At the end or conclusion; ultimately.
  • 3) manner Definitively, comprehensively.
  • 4) At the end or conclusion; ultimately; lastly.
  • 5) after an unspecified period of time or an especially long delay
  • 6) At the end or conclusion; ultimately; at last; lastly: as, he finally submitted.
  • 7) Completely; beyond recovery.

Definitions

  • 1) In a manner to produce a fine result; as to grind finely means to grid to a fine powder.
  • 2) Very well, in a great way
  • 3) To a fine point; discriminatingly.
  • 4) In small pieces or parts.
  • 5) In a fine manner; splendidly.
  • 6) In a fine or finished manner.
  • 7) in tiny pieces
  • 8) in a delicate manner
  • 9) in an elegant manner
  • 10) In a fine manner, in any sense of the word fine; admirably; elegantly; showily; delicately; sensitively; adroitly; subtlely; minutely; thinly; lightly: as, a picture finely painted; a stuff finely wrought; flour finely ground; a thought finely expressed.

Examples

  • 1) We worked so hard for a lot of years to finally make it happen.
  • 2) Other athletes have staged back garden medal ceremonies after finally getting what they deserved.
  • 3) And he missed a great chance here before finally finding the net.
  • 4) Whisper it but he may finally have put his troubles behind him.
  • 5) Last night it finally arrived with time ticking away and the extra period looming.
  • 6) The internet has finally come of age.
  • 7) It didn't happen but finally it is about to.
  • 8) After years of light ridicule from friends telling me to get domestic help, I have finally given in.
  • 9) It makes the film finally feel real after working my backside off.
  • 10) The relatives of the dead may finally find some closure.
  • 11) When they finally met last night the sparks were flying.
  • 12) Or will his illness finally get the better of him?
  • 13) We have finally come to an understanding.
  • 14) She finally agreed to go out with me on her night off.
  • 15) finally make sure that you reinforce their commitment actually to doing something before you leave the topic.
  • 16) But only when she discarded them did she finally find it.
  • 17) It pulled finally only out last month.
  • 18) Maybe this time the fire is finally getting going.
  • 19) This is the season that trousers finally come in from the cold.
  • 20) He was approached a few times before he finally agreed to an audition.
  • 21) But getting the issue out in the open meant we both finally did something about it.
  • 22) Fish then found from somewhere the energy to hit three more unplayable serves and finally end the match.
  • 23) The Southampton band are finally turning heads after years of graft.
  • 24) finally, put a tiny teddy under the covers.
  • 25) It is all thanks to a building boom, finally taking off after years in the doldrums.
  • 26) I kept talking until finally he put the rubber stamp down.
  • 27) I finally put an end to it.
  • 28) finally, trusts give you flexibility.
  • 29) The plant that launched the genetic age has finally given up the secrets of its own DNA.
  • 30) When the end of the term finally arrived, Marks came to drive Teddy to the house at Hyannis Port.
  • 31) The word finally came from London on the afternoon of November 29.
  • 32) The word finally reaches one of the advertising publications.
  • 33) Interestingly enough, a full FOURTEEN issues into the current Wonder Woman relaunch, the title finally gets a reasonable start to the series this is not even meant as a shot at Heinberg or Picoult, they just were not given the opportunity to truly launch the title, as their runs were limited ones with Gail Simone joining the book as the regular title.
  • 34) My name finally appeared at the top of the third page.
  • 35) ‘About an hour later, we finally arrived at the mall and headed to the clothing stores.’
  • 36) ‘The long wait for followers of the professional sports car racing series is finally over.’
  • 37) ‘When he finally got to relate the details of his adventure, he gave her a paper bag as he spoke.’
  • 38) ‘When I finally closed this book I confess to having some sympathy with the Queen Empress.’
  • 39) ‘Have they not even considered what will happen to these people when the centre finally closes its doors?’
  • 40) ‘The bridge will allow the agency to finally close a controversial gap in the central reservation.’
  • 41) ‘This was pretty much the feeling I had when I finally got up close, and went inside.’
  • 42) ‘Fifteen jobs were lost at that time and when Acre finally closed this week it was down to just five staff.’
  • 43) ‘The editing process has finally come to a close and the film is as good as finished.’
  • 44) ‘The happiest day of my life finally draws to a close and I drift off to sleep with a smile on my face.’
  • 45) ‘Once it was closed the judge finally looked up from the papers on his desk.’
  • 46) ‘I drank it all in, just being there in the almost deserted cafeteria, so close to her finally.’
  • 47) ‘As the chatter died at the sudden events, it seemed that things were finally under way.’
  • 48) ‘After he had gone on for eons, he finally came to the reason why most in the House were present.’
  • 49) ‘The only reason the district council finally repaired them was because of public pressure.’
  • 50) ‘The two families met soon after, when Susan was finally introduced to her cousin.’
  • 51) ‘The doctor tried to reason with me but finally gave up with a look of exasperation.’
  • 52) ‘The only reason I can write this tonight, is because we finally have a day off tomorrow.’
  • 53) ‘A couple of weeks ago I finally completed the purchase of a one-bedroom flat in London.’
  • 54) ‘She began to doubt Sarah would speak at all, but finally a small, quiet voice broke the silence.’
  • 55) ‘He lingered on for several months, finally succumbing to a series of strokes.’
  • 56) ‘This caused the lead car to lift off the ground and go into a series of rolls, finally sliding on its hood to a stop.’
  • 57) ‘Mention it a few times, point out how cool it is and how you've always wanted one, and finally ask for it outright.’
  • 58) ‘The parties may agree to accept the decision of the adjudicator as finally determining the dispute.’
  • 59) ‘Hendry is hoping he has finally silenced the doubts over his new cue after beating Dale.’
  • 60) finally the family left the house

Examples

  • 1) Trim and finely slice the spring onions and add them to the pan.
  • 2) Peel and finely chop the onion and garlic.
  • 3) Leave while you peel and finely chop the onion.
  • 4) Peel and finely slice the spring onion.
  • 5) Peel and finely chop the garlic.
  • 6) Pick the herb leaves on to a chopping board and finely chop them, discarding the stalks.
  • 7) Pick and finely chop the mint leaves, reserving a few pretty ones to garnish.
  • 8) Halve, peel and finely chop the shallots and garlic.
  • 9) finely chop the onion and soften in a lidded sauté pan.
  • 10) Peel and finely slice two of the oranges and zest the third.
  • 11) This is perhaps more finely balanced than it appears.
  • 12) Trim and finely slice your spring onions.
  • 13) finely chop two onions and peel two carrots.
  • 14) finely chop the spring onions and mix with the potatoes.
  • 15) This advantage was the most finely balanced thing.
  • 16) Trim and finely slice the spring onions and add them to the bowl.
  • 17) finely chop two of the garlic cloves and add to the pan with the ginger.
  • 18) finely chop the reserved tomato and shallot.
  • 19) The recovery is fragile and finely balanced.
  • 20) Remove the veal from the broth and finely slice.
  • 21) finely chop the onion and dice the carrot.
  • 22) The arguments over a demerger were always finely balanced.
  • 23) finely chop the onion and add to pan.
  • 24) Peel and finely chop the onions.
  • 25) Trim, halve and finely chop the onion.
  • 26) Strip the meat from the bones into a bowl and shred finely, using two forks.
  • 27) Peel and finely chop the onion and garlic, then roughly chop the tomatoes.
  • 28) Halve, peel and finely slice two shallots.
  • 29) Chop finely the onion, ginger, chilli and garlic.
  • 30) But Desmond is what you call finely organised; and you can't handle a violin as you would
  • 31) I make my guacamole pretty much like you, except I leave out the garlic and add in finely diced, drained tomatoes.
  • 32) CRISP PORK BELLY, SWEET PEACH SALSA Ask your butcher to score the skin finely for this, as the crackling is essential.
  • 33) Stir in finely chopped rosemary and grated Parmesan (or nutritional yeast).
  • 34) Roll each smaller log in finely chopped nuts, coconut, sprinkles or coarse sugar.
  • 35) After a few minutes of conversation we mentioned his two sidearms that were in finely tooled holsters on a splendid gunbelt.
  • 36) ‘The finely proportioned rectangular glass volume that hosts the dance studios seems to pirouette above a lush green lawn.’
  • 37) ‘The buildings have carefully orchestrated material palettes, which are often experimental and always finely crafted.’
  • 38) ‘If his paintings now seem uneven, his finely observed drawings from life are frequently exceptional.’
  • 39) ‘Two rows of sharply delineated feathers are finely executed in low relief with deep, precise incisions marking the details.’
  • 40) ‘They were finely made, rectangular, wooden framed cages.’
  • 41) ‘These are among the most finely made car parts in the industry.’
  • 42) ‘The motor homes resemble finely built small yachts.’
  • 43) ‘The visitor's building is finely constructed of local stone with a copper roof.’
  • 44) ‘Those tubes were so precisely and finely manufactured that they could only have been intended for use in gas centrifuges to enrich uranium.’
  • 45) ‘It is finely composed, displaying his exceptional use of light.’
  • 46) ‘Unfortunately, across the club, I saw her still deep in conversation with several finely dressed men.’
  • 47) ‘There will be so many other finely dressed young ladies, you really must do something to call attention to yourself.’
  • 48) ‘In Buffalo Bill's, a quartet of finely dressed ladies and gents were taking a rest before the grand parade.’
  • 49) ‘The finely attired strangers who inhabited the canal taverns did not impress his worldly eye as they did the local settlers.’
  • 50) ‘A petite dancer, finely groomed in the best tradition, she brings wit to every part.’
  • 51) ‘The second-story windows each had a decorative flower box, filled with finely groomed yellow tulips.’
  • 52) ‘Few women are prominently placed in the canvas in the midst of a large group of finely suited men.’
  • 53) ‘It was a mass of finely clothed and jeweled individuals starting to chant, "We want our coats!"’
  • 54) ‘Frankly speaking, I do not believe we had ever been so finely arrayed as we were on that march.’
  • 55) ‘The man put on his leggings and dressed up finely, for if one were not dressed up just right, he would suffer a great shame.’
  • 56) ‘Sugar-factory lime is very finely ground calcium carbonate used in the production of sugar from beets.’
  • 57) ‘Chisel plowing or disking usually chops residue finely enough for conventional drills to be effective.’
  • 58) ‘These cells are filled with finely powdered glass paste, which is then fused to the metal in a furnace.’
  • 59) ‘Drain the mushrooms, discard the stalks, and mince finely.’
  • 60) ‘Top with crab mixture and serve with finely diced red capsicum.’
  • 61) ‘Cover the seeds with finely crumbled soil to the depth recommended on the seed packet.’
  • 62) ‘There was also a finely cubed potato preparation, which till today we call "picnic-aloo."’
  • 63) ‘She served a smooth white-chocolate ganache scattered with finely crushed coffee beans.’
  • 64) ‘They apply finely pulverized earth compost to fields to be planted, and in some cases where the fields were already planted.’
  • 65) ‘I ordered shredded beef in a black bean sauce with finely sliced leek.’
  • 66) ‘Imagine comparing a finely honed sword to the blunt power of a hammer.’
  • 67) ‘The tools are made by the tribals themselves from finely sharpened bamboo.’
  • 68) ‘Other irreplaceable photos had smiling faces drawn in with crayon or finely pointed graphite.’
  • 69) ‘Sharper than the most finely whetted blade, this tooth can slice through an unwary pioneer's fingers in an instant.’
  • 70) ‘For comparison, it sharpens finely enough to cut phone-book paper, but you have to really work at getting a good edge.’
  • 71) ‘Each of them is painted on a finely grained panel.’
  • 72) ‘She is tall, regal, and dressed in long robes of finely braided black twine.’
  • 73) ‘They come down to the river to see me, all wearing their finely plaited split-bamboo hats, which afford them excellent protection from the sun and rain.’
  • 74) ‘The meshwork of the outer shell appears to be a spongy layer and finely interwoven.’
  • 75) ‘I told him to be certain of the help of 2,000 armed riders whose chiefs would be wearing finely intertwined armor.’
  • 76) ‘Her particular study has been of the finely twined decorative borders known as "taniko," a technique that appears to be unique to the Maori.’
  • 77) ‘The villages here are built from finely textured limestone, which is more frost-resistant than the Cotswold variety.’
  • 78) ‘Most pieces were stuffed with straw or horsehair, then covered with finely woven textiles.’
  • 79) ‘He showed how to use the finely grained slabs for lithography, a technique for printing ink on paper using a flat, greased stone.’
  • 80) ‘There's all kinds of lovely lattice effects in their cotton knitwear as well as finely interwoven ribbons that give an interesting uplift.’
  • 81) ‘Lined with finely leveled cement, the niche is floored with river pebbles.’
  • 82) ‘His finely detailed ships sail below luminous skies in compositions of great clarity.’
  • 83) ‘These handmade, finely detailed products will be treasured for years to come.’
  • 84) ‘Although finely, even charmingly, detailed, its overall design is inconsistent.’
  • 85) ‘The finely decorated wooden dragon at the edge of the beam was originally from a temple.’
  • 86) ‘It was finely decorated with meticulous details.’
  • 87) ‘These finely embellished banknotes were once exchangeable for gold at a variable price.’
  • 88) ‘A finely carved hieroglyphic text with the early history of Tikal's royal lineage is on the back.’
  • 89) ‘I saw silver rings, a gold brooch, jeweled knives, and other finely worked objects.’
  • 90) ‘At Cairo and thereabouts was a manufactory of striped silk, in which the Arabic writing, real and finely designed, played a great part.’
  • 91) ‘Despite today's challenges, manufacturers continue to invest in the endless pursuit of finely tuned technological advancement.’
  • 92) ‘The artists are able to abstract from the environment certain finely nuanced impressions that seem to exist barely at the level of consciousness.’
  • 93) ‘By simply turning the eccentric collar holding the laser, the beam's direction is finely adjusted.’
  • 94) ‘Mowing speed can be finely regulated up to four miles per hour.’
  • 95) ‘Their finely attuned ecological sensitivity makes them true heroes in a region dominated by agro-industry.’
  • 96) ‘The pen needs to be used on paper with a pattern of dots, which are so finely pitched that it looks like a continuous tone to the naked eye.’
  • 97) ‘Included are species with finely graded changes in the jaw anatomy.’
  • 98) ‘Its expansive, often elusive syntax was conveyed with finely graduated dynamics, and an inwardness that infused each element with significance.’
  • 99) ‘My considerations on the main issue are finely balanced.’
  • 100) ‘A control sample so finely matched on biological factors may not be representative of women with breast cancer in general.’
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