Adjective "Granulated" definition and examples

(Granulated may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/ˈɡranjʊleɪt/

Definitions and examples

verb

Form (something) into grains or particles.
  1. 'Sugar sifters were used to sprinkle granulated or powdered sugar liberally not only on fresh fruit but also on sweet pastries, and the cream ladle was used to add fresh or clotted cream.'
  2. 'I tried several, including maple syrup, Sucanat, honey, and granulated cane sugar.'
  3. 'A lot of the times when it's granulated it looks like those rocks you see on lawns, only more broken down, like pebbles.'
  4. 'Many garden centers sell commercially made, doughnut-shaped mosquito dunks or granulated products containing this fast-acting biological larvacide.'
  5. 'On Friday, the Trade Minister gave the assurance that granulated sugar would be distributed to manufacturers over the weekend.'
  6. 'Handle materials can range from handpicked AAA-grade Mother of pearl or the aforementioned meticulously crafted granulated sterling silver.'
  7. 'In a medium bowl, cream together the melted butter and brown and granulated sugars until well blended.'
  8. 'Total cement contents and percentages of additives, including fly ash, silica fume, ground granulated blast furnace slag, and an alkaline earth mineral admixture, were varied.'
  9. 'Let's take, for example, the ingredients for chocolate chip cookies: flour, cinnamon, nutmeg, salt and baking soda, granulated sugar, brown sugar, oatmeal and raisins.'
  10. 'In a large bowl, combine both flours, oats, granulated sugar, baking powder, 1/2 teaspoon of the cinnamon, baking soda, salt and cloves.'
  11. 'the syrup would not granulate properly'
  12. 'Remove from the heat and stir the remaining sugar until it granulates.'
  13. 'Unlike the runny texture of most honeys, the gel-like consistency of heather honey means that, to form a set honey, it needs the addition of a more common honey, such as rapeseed, which granulates more quickly.'
(of a wound or lesion) form multiple small prominences as part of the healing process.
  1. 'He anaesthetised my finger and excised a wedge of skin that included the entire graze, leaving the wound open to granulate.'
  2. 'The open portion of her wound had granulated successfully.'
  3. 'the skin is densely granulated'
  4. 'Mixed inflammatory infiltrate, granulated tissue with or without prominent endothelial cells were found in some biopsies, but to a lesser extent than in the biopsies with ARH.'
  5. 'Other features of atypical hyperplasia included granulated tissue with atypical endothelial cells, nonatypical mitosis, lymphoid hyperplasia, and the absence of dysplasia or carcinoma in situ.'

More definitions

1. to form into granules or grains.

2. to raise in granules; make rough on the surface. verb (used without object), granulated, granulating.

3. to become granular or grainy.

4. Pathology. to form granulation tissue.

More examples(as adjective)

"sugars can be granulated."

"ureas can be granulated."

"clays can be granulated."

"appearances can be granulated."

"washs can be granulated."

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Origin

(granulate)