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Definition of "grained" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of grain. (verb)
  • Having a grain or grains (adjective)
  • Stained with an imitation wood grain (adjective)
  • Having a specified type of grain e.g. close-grained (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "grained" in a sentence
  • "Many of the food blogs I read were extolling the delights of Risotto and then the final straw - I was in the supermarket in the grains aisle, my handbag had slipped off my shoulder, I bent down to pick it up and when I stood up I was at eye-level with a row of Arborio rice, one of the main short-grained rice used to make Risotto."
  • "In the worsted rosettes of the bell-ropes, in the plaster picture-frames, in the painted tea-tray and on the cups, in the pediment of the sideboard, in the ornament that crowns the barometer, in the finials of sofa and arm-chair, in the finger-plates of the "grained" door, is to be seen the ineffectual portrait or to be traced the stale inspiration of the flower."
  • "From the original (not reproduction) wheel knock off hubs to the NOS grease gun - the correct and original "grained" Cobra emblems to the original restored 16 "steering wheel - from the" ultra-rare "accessory wood shift knob to the correct rivets in the owner's manual in the glove box, minute details abound."