Grainy [adjective]

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Sentence/Example of Grainy:

However, consider that lower-cost tablets often feature 1024x600 or 1280x800 screens that can look grainy to the eye, so if you’re a stickler for detail or are worried about potential eye strain, you may want to upgrade to a better device.

The suspect in the grainy surveillance footage looked younger and smaller than Puana.

Stirring it even a little is apt to start crystallization and the candy will then be grainy instead of creamy.

It is at this point that crystallization begins, and the fondant, instead of being creamy, will become grainy.

Tau dug further into his kit, brought out the vial of white powder with its grainy lumps.

There he hid everything the leather bag had contained excepting the grainy powder.

The ink was a pale blue in places, deepening to a strong blue in other places, with grainy blue specks.

The spongy lead of the negative plate gradually assumes a "grainy" or "granulated" appearance.

If the active material is not badly granulated (having a grainy appearance) the plates call be used again.

Livin' in a grist-mill, I presume, I git into a grainy way of lookin' at the world.