Finely

  • (adv): In a superior and skilled manner.
    Example: "The soldiers were fighting finely"
    Synonyms: fine
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on finely:

Leaf - Terminology - Edge (margin)
... dentate with rounded teeth, such as Fagus (beech) crenulate finely or shallowly crenate dentate toothed, such as Castanea (chestnut) coarse-toothed with large teeth glandular ... denticulate finely toothed doubly toothed each tooth bearing smaller teeth, such as Ulmus (elm) entire even with a smooth margin without toothing lobate indented, with the indentations not reaching ... saw-toothed with asymmetrical teeth pointing forward, such as Urtica (nettle) serrulate finely serrate sinuate with deep, wave-like indentations coarsely ...
Trochus Tiaratus - Description
... The interstices are obliquely finely striate, one or two of the broader ones usually with a central riblet ... The color of the shell is whitish or yellowish, finely tessellated or articulated with reddish brown The tessellations are formed by the disintegration of narrow ... The interstices are finely radiately striate ...
Gymnopilus Luteus - Description
... towards the center, dry, smooth, silky or finely floccose-fibrillose, sometimes floccose-sqaumulose toward the center, flesh firm, pale yellow ... firm, colored like the cap, developing yellowish-rusty stains when handled, finely hairy, partial veil usually forms a fragile submembraneous ring or fibrillose annular zone near the apex ... warty, elliptical, dextrinoid, surface finely roughened, no germ pore ...
Distinguishing Honey - Honey Grading
... affect the appearance may contain a trace of pollen grains or other finely divided particles of suspended material that do not affect appearance B < 18.6% Reasonably good—practically free from ...
Indian Omelette
... The omelette commonly includes finely chopped green chili peppers and onions (or shallots), finely chopped fresh green coriander, salt, and jeera (cumin) ... include grated coconut, ground black pepper, curry leaves, and finely chopped tomatoes ...

More definitions of "finely":

  • (adv): In an elegant manner.
    Example: "Finely costumed actors"
  • (adv): In tiny pieces.
    Example: "The surfaces were finely granular"

Famous quotes containing the word finely:

    What I mean by the Muse is that unimpeded clearness of the intuitive powers, which a perfectly truthful adherence to every admonition of the higher instincts would bring to a finely organized human being.... Should these faculties have free play, I believe they will open new, deeper and purer sources of joyous inspiration than have yet refreshed the earth.
    Margaret Fuller (1810–1850)

    “Lo, how finely the Graces can it foote
    To the instrument:
    They dauncen deffly, and singen soote,
    In their meriment.
    Wants not a fourth Grace, to make the daunce even?
    Edmund Spenser (1552?–1599)

    The landscape was clothed in a mild and quiet light, in which the woods and fences checkered and partitioned it with new regularity, and rough and uneven fields stretched away with lawn-like smoothness to the horizon, and the clouds, finely distinct and picturesque, seemed a fit drapery to hang over fairyland. The world seemed decked for some holiday or prouder pageantry ... like a green lane into a country maze, at the season when fruit-trees are in blossom.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)