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manner; excellently; elegantly; delicately; minutely; nicely; subtly.
particles or pieces:
finely chopped onions.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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Chop capers, garlic and shallot
and add to bowl.
Modern humans' stone tools and weapons usually featured elongated, standardized,
The clay is dried and strengthened by adding
pulverized pottery shards before pots are shaped, painted and fired.
After the sun had swung around and began grazing the surface, however, a delicate web of
engraved lines started to emerge.
Some even home in on their destination using a
tuned sense of smell.
divided state oxygen or other oxidizing agents convert it to a metabolizable form.
Forgiveness should be meted out in
measured and consequence-ridden portions.
So it's not a big hollow, but rather a zone of more
structured, less ordered ice.
He wore a star-shaped golden badge hitched to a belt
tooled with wildflowers.
The message is that his body is a
tuned instrument over which he has exquisite control.
British Dictionary definitions for
into small pieces; minutely
precisely or subtly
splendidly or delicately
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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