Fine, refined, smoothsmooth
the word course differences
Coarse means rough or not smooth to the touch, with regard to science.
Marble is smooth, but I don't know without it being polished if it is.
Coarse is ruff/hard, and fine grain is smooth/ soft!
Yes (as in After shaving, he had a smooth face again).It means relatively free from friction, not rough or coarse.
rough coarse bumpy irregular jagged uneven
it tires quickly
A great way to make coarse hair silky and smooth is to do a deep conditioning treatment with coconut oil. Leaving the oil on your hair for an hour and then washing will show improvement.
Gritty Bumpy Coarse Smooth Soft Fluffy
Of coarse that's what slugs do :)
The bikini line is the area immediately outside what's covered by the lower part of a bikini. Many women have a bit of pubic hair outside what's covered by the bikini, so they trim it back until all that's showing is smooth skin.
Metamorphic rock can be coarse grained or fine grained.
no but they do tire out
im asking this because its on my homework im not sure if that's what my teacher
Yes, it is an adjective. It means rough (opposite of smooth), not ground finely, or vulgar.
Granite has a coarse crystalline texture unless smoothed by weathering and erosion, or by humans.
it forms resistince from a hillslide
Generally not. The striated (skeletal muscles) usually act quickly. Smooth muscle is found in blood vessels and the gut and contract more slowly and tonically.
Their fur is short and smooth, but not very soft, except around the muzzle. The mane is coarse , stiff an up-standing , and the tail tip is also quite coarse. It's a fly-swatter .