I stepped out of the bush plane to find everything swathed in granular snow; it all looked like a peaceful Christmas card to me.
But when you get granular and local, using our county-centric approach, the correlation breaks down.
From a granular policy perspective, the man in the Oval Office might not make much of a difference.
In another, we were given a cup of granular material and told to put it on our tongues, with our eyes closed and noses plugged.
A recent Pew Poll graphically likewise portrays the stark national divide, and the granular differences are gaping.
granular quartz-rock of several varieties: and indistinct specimens of a rock approaching to talc-slate.
It was white and granular—the same that I had seen him use in the morning.
The valves of the right and left ventricles wore thickened, from congestion of very minute veins, and were granular to the feel.
Neurospongium: a granular matrix in the periopticon of the insect eye.
Its body is rounded and flattened, and granular on the surface.
granular gran·u·lar (grān'yə-lər)
Composed or appearing to be composed of granules or grains.
Relating to or containing particles having a strong affinity for nuclear stains, as in certain bacteria.