Examples of grainy in a Sentence
The mustard has a grainy texture.
grainy sand kept it off the rankings as one of the nation's best beaches
Recent Examples of grainy from the Web
And Europe hadn’t claimed consecutive titles since Italy went back-to-back in the grainy, black-and-white days of 1934 and 1938.
The Recovering creates it own grainy context, defying all the usual tropes of addiction memoirs.
Zooming in too far makes your decent-looking 12-megapixel still look like a grainy and embarrassing 3-megapixel disaster.
There’s a curved bar here of rift-sawn oak, a technique that leaves the wood more dressy, less grainy.
The chocolate that the Mesoamericans ate was dark, grainy and tended to be somewhat bitter.
Kim uses chickpea rather than wheat flour—a nod to Ligurian farinata—which makes the pancake refuse to rise and gives it a dry, grainy mouthfeel.
The misery of the swamp – its pungent smell, the grainy river mud, the cold, wet environment – teemed with life in forms that could never be seen from the road.
The scientists are looking for thick, grainy sediment layers, which indicate unusually large materials sliding down into lakes and rivers, and those point to signs that there has been heavier rain in the past, Bradley said.
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GRAINY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of grainy for English Language Learners
: not smooth or fine
of a photograph : not clear or sharp because of having a picture formed from many dots that are large enough to be seen
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