Definition of granulata
1. granular [ a ] composed of or covered with relatively large particles
Examples: "granular sugar" "gritty sand"
(J. W. C. Hagstrom et al., "Debilitating muscular...)
The surfaces were coarsely and finely granular and punctuated by clear , fluid filled cysts measuring up_to 3 cm. in diameter .
As shown in Figure 3 , the protoplasm of other fibers was pale , granular , or flocculated and invaded by phagocytes .
(Clement Greenberg, "Collage" in his Art and...)
To reinforce , and sometimes to replace , the simulated typography , Braque and Picasso began to mix sand and other foreign substances with their paint ; the granular texture thus created likewise called_attention_to the reality of the surface and was effective over much larger areas .Synonyms granular sandy gritty granulose coarse-grained mealy grainy farinaceous Related Terms coarse
2. granular [ a ] having a granular structure like that of chondritesSynonyms granular chondritic Related Terms achondritic
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