very finely

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  • And he said something to the gentleman he sat by, who was dressed very finely. Cited from Oddsfish!, by Robert Hugh Benson
  • He is very finely built; and I dare say he has a head. Cited from Diana of the Crossways by Meredith, v1
  • The soil has to be broken down very finely and made rather dry for a seed bed. Cited from Lessons on Soil, by E. J. Russell
  • He had been back from his winter's hunting about a month and the spring had opened up very finely. Cited from Bob Hunt in Canada, by George W. Orton
  • Many have only images, often very finely carved, with no writing, while others have both.
  • He is known today primarily because of his very finely painted copper panels.
  • It is essential, however, that only very finely ground colours of good quality should be used. Cited from Wood-Block Printing, by F. Morley Fletcher
  • It must also be very finely ground to be effective. Cited from Organic Gardener's Composting, by Steve Solomon
  • Furthermore it does not need to be so very finely ground. Cited from The Story Of The Soil, By Cyril G. Hopkins
  • As to the rest, the man was very finely dressed -- he must be a gentleman. Cited from [Hans Christian] Andersen's Fairy Tales
  • These models have been built over the years since the end of the 19th century and are very finely detailed.
  • They were all dressed very finely, and some of them carried swords. Cited from Fifty Famous People, by James Baldwin
  • One volume of pictures, very finely executed on silk, was more than a century old. Cited from Unbeaten Tracks in Japan, by Isabella L. Bird
  • He talks foolishly and yet very finely about his own city that has never deserted him. Cited from Heretics, by G. K. Chesterton
  • When these are finish'd, they look very finely, though they must needs be very troublesome to make. Cited from A New Voyage to Carolina, by John Lawson
  • Thus the small quantity of sugar would be distributed through the whole mass, and be very finely divided. Cited from An Introduction to Chemical Science by RP Williams
  • In one of them she found the initials M.E., very finely worked. Cited from The Splendid Folly, by Margaret Pedler
  • Thus the lift of the sail can be controlled very finely, both overall, and for each section.
  • And he was a very finely made toy, only the best cotton and cloth having been used. Cited from The Story of a Stuffed Elephant, by Laura Lee Hope
  • She dressed herself very finely, that she might please him the better, and thought she had never known a day pass away so slow. Cited from Fairy Tales Every Child Should Know, by Various
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