Having a surface covered with granules.(adjective)
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Use "granulose" in a sentence
"In the dark, he felt its surfaces to be some kind of granulose shingle, firm and silent beneath his boots."
"Il titolo assurdamente complicato vuol dire che le immagini sono granulose e che il personaggio sarà ostacolato da granelli di sabbia mentre tenta di costruire un muro immenso."
"This bursting frees the granulose, or the contents of the tiny granules, which are deposited in a network of cellulose, and as soon as this occurs it mixes with water and forms what is called soluble starch."