How to Pronounce coarser?

Correct pronunciation for the word "coarser" is [kˈɔːsə], [kˈɔːsə], [k_ˈɔː_s_ə].

"Coarser" in context

Coarser is an adjective that describes something that has a rough or unpleasant texture. This could refer to fabrics, food, or anything else that could be touched. Coarser fabrics are usually tougher, and fabrics with a lower thread count are commonly considered coarser than fabrics with a higher thread count. Coarser foods, such as cornmeal or nuts, are usually harder to break down or chew. Many coarser foods require more time and effort to consume than smoother foods. Coarser textiles are typically used to provide stronger and more durable wear, and coarser foods often codtain more nutrition and fiber than do smoother foods.

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