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
The cabin is well soundproofed and the ride quality set to comfort, but the Bridgestone tires felt hard and transferred a grainy white noise.
The grainy video shows Mateen inside the club with a long gun firing several shots.
Pigtail agnolotti doused in demi-glace are a bummer, well on the raw side of the al dente barrier, with grainy pork crumbles for filling.
The arresting opening image is a grainy, low-light widescreen frame of Pedro (Shico Menegat), who has fallen asleep naked in front of his webcam while chatroom comments from unseen observers ping on his laptop.
That means several thousand wet towels caked with sand and countless bags filled with grainy stowaways, alongside flip flops and sunscreen.
The lawyer played a grainy video from the deputy's body camera of that interview on April 21, 2016.
The most traditional options are the beef balls: crunchy on the outside, gooey and flavorful on the inside, served with a dollop of grainy Dutch mustard for 3 euros (less than $4).
The military confirmed that the initial target in Syria — the unmanned aircraft’s launch components — was successfully destroyed and released grainy footage of the strike.
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First Known Use of grainy
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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