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coarse

1. (of a metal) not refined
2. (of a screw) having widely spaced threads

coarse

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There, on that place, shall the worshippers of Mazda erect an enclosure, and therein shall they establish him with food, therein shall they establish him with clothes, with the coarsest food and with the most worn-out clothes.
In the 18th Century there was a rude custom whereby individuals sailing on the Thames would verbally abuse each other in the coarsest language, with as much satirical humour they could muster, as their boats passed.
The styling properties of beeswax tame even the coarsest, curliest, frizziest hair, keeping hair under control longer and rendering it softer and shinier all day.
0x20 The coarsest fine fraction is then added to the middle fraction for a total whole rock REE content of 78% as opposed to the 65% as outlined in footnote (2) above.
Most of the coarsest cobble part of the load gets left on the first few upstream bars, but in their place the water gathers some smaller pebbles already there.
respectively denote the finest and the coarsest equivalence relation on U.
Moreover, each ecoregion has levels of specificity, with level I being the coarsest and level IV being the finest.
The results of investigations showed that the coarsest CAACW crumbs (size about 10 mm) after mixing in the suspension of dechromator for 45 s are fully neutralized in the presence of the maximal quantity of free lime.
He never mentioned it himself, of course, which was no surprise, given that he had once written, "Even the coarsest conception of honor requires that when hurt, one keep it to oneself.