finely

All Adverb
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  • The movement was frequently finely engraved and chased and could be observed through a glass cover at the back.
  • However, what really matters is not how finely divided a machine's instructions are, but how long it takes to complete a given task.
  • Green and blue varieties in finely divided form, are pigments with excellent covering power.
  • It was only in the late 1990s that rural water was finely piped in.
  • Slides are usually made of common glass and their edges are often finely ground or polished.
  • It is characterized by high quality and clean two-coloured printing, red and black, with finely formed letters.
  • Finely-ground coffee is added to the filter as shown below.
  • These houses are often supported at its underground base by finely carved beams and pillars.
  • They used the press as an avenue to publish their own poetry in small editions of finely made, hard-bound volumes.
  • They used the press as an avenue to publish their own poetry in small editions of finely-made, hard-bound volumes.
  • Porting the heads provides the finely detailed attention required to bring the engine to the highest level of efficiency.
  • The ingredients should be cut into large pieces rather than finely chopped or minced.
  • In one corner, there is a seated figure of a sainted pope, whose face and eyes are finely done.
  • By this time, the body of the creatures had become finely evolved.
  • The parties were also unhappy with the finely divided Parliaments the system produced.
  • Atta flour is more finely ground than most western-style whole wheat flours.
  • He also formed the inner roof of finely fretted work, and overlaid it throughout with gold.
  • Each race is further divided into three bloodlines that give characters different pre-defined appearances, which can be finely tuned by the player.
  • She is so strongly built, so finely finished and is so beautiful a model that even envy cannot prompt a fault against her.
  • Most of the pieces are those used in everyday life, but finely handcrafted.
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Meaning of finely

  • adverb In tiny pieces
    the surfaces were finely granular
  • adverb In an elegant manner
    finely costumed actors
  • adverb In a delicate manner
    finely shaped features, her fine drawn body