coarse coarsely in a sentence

He is coarse in manner.

Her dress was made of coarse wool.

The coarse sand was very hard on our feet.

Her skin is coarse from years of working outdoors.

Cheap toilet paper is usually quite thin and coarse.

The young boys’ mother was upset over their coarse language.

The coarse material of the pants scratched my legs as I ran.

The potatoes were seasoned with coarsely ground black pepper.

She put coarsely grated carrots, turnips and beets in the soup.

The men were quite coarse, and made the women feel uncomfortable.

He has a very coarse sense of humor, which many people find offensive.

Our feet were sore from running barefoot on the coarse sand at the beach.

The coarse hairs on the back of the pig felt like steel wire under my hand.

The huge body of a gorilla is covered with a thick coat of coarse black hair.

The large body of a gorilla is covered with a thick coat of coarse black hair.

The massive body of a gorilla is covered with a thick coat of coarse black hair.

Don’t use coarse sandpaper when you work on the furniture or you will scratch it.

The desert of Kuwait is covered with patches of coarse, weedy grass and small bushes.

The desert of Kuwait is spotted with patches of coarse, weedy grass and small bushes.

The young woman ran her hand over the coarse stubble of her boyfriend’s unshaven chin.

The desert of Kuwait is spotted with patches of coarse, weedy grass and small bushes.

coast Soft wool is more expensive than coarse wool and both are superior to synthetics made of nylon.

He was wearing a handmade sweater of coarse wool, which scratched his arms and felt uncomfortable.

You think someone coarser than you is crude, and someone higher class than you to be putting on airs.

In August 1990, Iraq seized Kuwait, but was expelled by American-led United Nations coalition forces during the Gulf War.

coarse The skin on my father-in-law’s face is quite tough and coarse from his years of working outside during the cold winters and hot summers of Quebec.

Carl Bernstein once remarked that for the first time, the weird and the stupid and the coarse are becoming our cultural norm, even our cultural ideal.

Carl Bernstein once suggested that for the first time, the weird and the stupid and the coarse are becoming our cultural norms, even our cultural ideal.

Anton Chekov once wrote, “Where’s the sense in being proud when you consider that Man, as a species, is not very well constructed physiologically, and in the vast majority of cases is coarse, stupid, and profoundly unhappy, too?” My hair didn’t feel noticeably different, except it was a little coarse.

He isn’t saving his coarse, reptilian-brain outbursts for special occasions.

Cut them into 1- to 2-inch chunks and chop them coarsely in a food processor (do not puree).

This hadrosaur had a duck-billed head and hundreds of teeth used for grinding coarse vegetation.

coarser-grained soils tend to be free-flowing and do not agglomerate into clumps.

This range has a densely forested skirt of coarse alluvium called the “bhabhar”.

These soils are well-drained, moderately coarse textured soils derived from alluvium from granitic rock.