Definitions

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  • adjective having fine teeth set close together.

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  • adjective having fine teeth set close together

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Examples

  • Smooth hair with a fine-tooth comb & a light mist of Aveda Air Control Hair Spray.

    Gerit Quealy: Runway to "Right Away" Hairstyles

  • I'm suggesting you take a fine-tooth comb and look at your actions, one at a time.

    Laura Mola: Putting Yourself First: Finding Worth And Validation Inside

  • And we opted for reality and which meant great pains had to be taken to get things right, hair, makeup, clothing, details of every kind, the props, every set was really fine-tooth combed and really did incredible amounts of research, so and that all, you know, it all cost money.

    Down On The 'Boardwalk' With Terence Winter

  • Smooth hair with a fine-tooth comb & a light mist of Aveda Air Control Hair Spray.

    Gerit Quealy: Runway to "Right Away" Hairstyles

  • And we opted for reality and which meant great pains had to be taken to get things right, hair, makeup, clothing, details of every kind, the props, every set was really fine-tooth combed and really did incredible amounts of research, so and that all, you know, it all cost money.

    Down On The 'Boardwalk' With Terence Winter

  • And we opted for reality and which meant great pains had to be taken to get things right, hair, makeup, clothing, details of every kind, the props, every set was really fine-tooth combed and really did incredible amounts of research, so and that all, you know, it all cost money.

    Down On The 'Boardwalk' With Terence Winter

  • The 55-year-old will need to make a huge effort to convince Americans that he is going through all the local rigs, refineries and depots with a fine-tooth comb to weed out any practices that could suggest safety is not of the highest degree.

    BP's new boss has to persuade America to stop hating his company

  • He said Democrats would go over the 99 pages of amendments with a "fine-tooth comb."

    Ohio Republicans Offer Union-Bill Amendments

  • “Well, the police are sure going over that security camera with a fine-tooth comb now to see if they got a better view of him last night,” Willy assured her.

    I’ll Walk Alone

  • And we opted for reality and which meant great pains had to be taken to get things right, hair, makeup, clothing, details of every kind, the props, every set was really fine-tooth combed and really did incredible amounts of research, so and that all, you know, it all cost money.

    Down On The 'Boardwalk' With Terence Winter

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