What is the
difference between Coarse and Course?
What is the difference between Coarse and Course? :
Coarse : (adjective)
( 1 ) Not fine
Consisting of large particles
Do you need coarse sand?
( 2 ) Rough or loose in texture
These are bags made from coarse linen.
( 3 ) (Of food) of low quality
Poor people eat coarse grain.
( 4 ) Vulgar
Nobody likes your coarse manners.
Course : (noun)
( 1 ) Forward movement in time
In the course of my long life, I have known many changes.
I did not sleep once during the entire course of the journey.
( 2 ) Direction or route followed by a ship, river or an aircraft
The plane was on course.
The course of the argument suddenly changed.
( 3 ) Way of acting or proceeding
The wisest course would be to ignore it.
The government’s present course will only lead to disaster.
( 4 ) (Education) series of treatments, lectures, etc…
He took an elementary course in Mathematics.
( 5 ) (Medical) Series of treatments, pills, etc…
The doctor prescribed a course of injections.
( 6 ) Any of the separate parts of a meal
The dinner consisted of six courses.
The main course was a vegetable stew.
Course : (verb)
( 1 ) Move or flow freely
The blood coursed through his veins.
Tears coursed down her rosy cheeks.
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