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  • adverb In a grainy way.


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  • Those lights splashed whitely against the belly of the Skeeter, beamed grainily up at the insect shape that hovered as if suspended by the fog.

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  • I've had phones that could playback video (albeit grainily) for about three years now.

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  • Natural peanut butter, it seemed, was grainily intense, nothing like the commercial stuff I'd been reared on, which was thick with hydrogenated fats that gave it the waxy texture of canned cake frosting. Site Feed

  • In the rain-swept distance he could see their parallel rows curving across the hillside, like a drawing in a children’s story, grainily reproduced.



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