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Antonyms for coarsely

in coarse pieces


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Men are too coarsely made for the delicacy of beautiful carriage and customs.
He looked round him, and saw on the mantel-shelf, just below an enormous crucifix, coarsely painted in fresco on the wall, a rat of enormous size engaged in nibbling a piece of dry bread, but fixing all the time, an intelligent and inquiring look upon the new occupant of the cell.
You did not speak coarsely to me--the manner in which you gave me money was not an insult.
She discovered on the toilet-table a coarsely caricatured portrait of Mrs.
His advice was given as coarsely as usual, and very positively at the same time.
The foreman rose--a tall, bearded man of sixty, coarsely clad.
I have found it to be the most serious objection to coarse labors long continued, that they compelled me to eat and drink coarsely also.
My mouthpiece--is of the people: too coarsely and cordially do I talk for Angora rabbits.
He was an ill-favoured, undersized, gruff sailor of fifty, coarsely hairy, short-legged, long-armed, resembling an elderly ape.
Strip from his fair young wife her silken dress and jewels, unbind her braided hair, stamp early wrinkles on her brow, pinch her pale cheek with care and much privation, array her faded form in coarsely patched attire, let there be nothing but his love to set her forth or deck her out, and you shall put it to the proof indeed.
Let me say I, then,' he returned, in answer to the coarsely blurted question; 'I doubt whether I have understood Louisa.
She spoke coarsely, but with no naturally coarse voice; there was even something musical in its sound.
How coarsely, how stupidly--excuse me saying so--you misunderstand the word development
cup thyme, leaves removed from stem and coarsely chopped
3 Peel and coarsely grate the parsnips, then add to the potatoes, along with the eggs, chives and cornflour.