- 1With impurities or unwanted elements having been removed by processing: refined sugarMore example sentences
- Again your emphasis at this time should be to replace simple carbs and refined foods with less processed complex carbs for energy.
- Other companies are converting the sludge into fuel. The heavy metal problem appears to originate from the over use of highly refined and processed toilet paper.
- Much of it is familiar territory: for good health, cut back on sugar, avoid refined foods, take regular exercise, eat oily fish and drink at most one unit of alcohol a day.
- 1.1Elegant and cultured in appearance, manner, or taste: her voice was very low and refinedMore example sentences
cultivated, cultured, polished, civilized, stylish, elegant, sophisticated, urbane; civil, polite, gracious, courtly, well mannered, well bred, gentlemanly, ladylike, genteel• informal couthdiscriminating, discerning, selective, fastidious, sensitive, perceptive; sophisticated, cultured, educated, enlightened; exquisite, impeccable, delicate, fine
- It's only gotten worse lately in Old City - which, let's be honest, has never been a bastion of refined taste and manners.
- Having been kept as a house slave by his planter-master, who had taught him to read and write, he had acquired refined, civilized tastes.
- The quintessence of luxury, based upon a range of cashmere and guanashina, the main collection for this winter is an irresistible invitation to enjoy the ultimate in refined elegance.
- 1.2Developed or improved so as to be precise or subtle: building up a more refined profile of the customer’s needsMore example sentences
- Judge Posner's statement is more refined and precise than Karl Rove's, but I think they were both talking about basically the same phenomenon.
- It is conceivable that a more refined and precise way of parametrization could have led to a totally different result.
- Over the past 20 years sinus surgery has become a more precise and refined procedure due to the introduction of telescopes and CT scans.