1. having a smooth, fine-grained structure
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How To Use fine-textured In A Sentence

  • In the lower bajada (bottom land) the soil is sandy and fine-textured, often with "caliche hardpan. Desert biome
  • A fine-textured maidenhair will grow no larger than 2ft; heftier varieties include staghorn, rabbit's foot and kangaroo paw. Times, Sunday Times
  • The oysters, fried in a fine-textured breading instead of the usual Gulf Coast cornmeal, fairly popped with juices.
  • Porous, relatively soft, fine-textured and somewhat friable, chalk normally is white and consists almost wholly of calcium carbonate as the common mineral calcite.
  • On the other hand, a planting that combines large, tropical-looking leaves with fine-textured, ferny foliage will have pizzazz.
  • The fertile soil is fine-textured, alluvial, loamy and free from boulders.
  • The best-of-show cupcakes here are Boston cream versions cached with a fluff of custard and glossed with chocolate ganache - fine-textured and fabulous.
  • The fine-textured, clayey soils have smectitic or carbonatic mineralogy. Ecoregions of Mississippi (EPA)
  • The deep green fine-textured foliage of mums is remarkably aromatic, lending a distinctive ambience to the containers in which they are planted.
  • Battery units are useful for touch-up pruning on fine-textured shrubs like boxwood, but they lack sufficient power for extended jobs.
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