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Adjective
Of superior quality
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“It was a seriously fine feast, and all sourced from the island's astonishing natural larder.”
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(of the weather) Cloudless and sunny
“We should take advantage of the fine weather and head to the beach.”
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(of a material or fabric) Very thin, and almost transparent
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“They made garments from extravagant materials such as cashmere, chenille, mohair, and fine silk blends.”
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(of something abstract) Perceived only with attention to detail or subtlety
“There is a fine distinction between being genuinely articulate and word salad.”
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Good or satisfactory
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“I think that these are all fine reasons to practice yoga.”
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Worthy of or eliciting admiration
“Our company is always on the lookout for fine young professionals to join our team.”
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Physically pleasing in appearance
“How could she look so fine? How could it be she might be mine?”
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In good health and feeling well
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“I am feeling fine after recovering from my recent cold.”
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Imposing or impressive in appearance
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“Whether he was in a fine mansion, or in a dingy prison cell, he always made the best of his circumstances.”
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Having or showing great perception or insight
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“Her fine sense of the comic permits the novel to approach a kind of high seriousness.”
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Thin or below average in width
“Colley draws his characters with fine lines, conveying the personalities of each individual through illustration.”
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Terminating in a point or edge
“On the outer edges of the sword was shining steel, sharpened to a fine point.”
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Made or consisting of small particles
“The fine grains are also perfect for smooth, almost soupy polenta.”
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Having a small size or stature
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“You should have read the fine print before purchasing this lemon.”
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Having or showing the qualities associated with high society
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“We enjoy splurging on some fine dining every now and then.”
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Expensive or having a high value
“She revealed that she had a taste for fine jewelry, at which point he realized that his little liaison could turn out to be a rather costly affair.”
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Of delicate or intricate workmanship or structure
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“Beneath it lay more men's clothes, including linen tunics of fine weave and workmanship.”
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Easily broken or destroyed
“The elders asked the little ones to be very careful with the fine china teacups and saucers.”
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Having a refined or discriminating nature in one's choices
“You need to possess a demonstrable fine taste in wines to become a sommelier.”
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Pure and free from impurities
“Several tracts of the rehabilitated land were being targeted by artisanal miners in search of fine gold.”
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Having a considerable amount of skill
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“He is undoubtedly a fine musician.”
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Extremely precise or accurate
“Our software allows you to make fine adjustments to the hue, saturation, and luminescence of your image.”
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(of a material or fabric) Having a smooth texture that is gentle to the sense of touch
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That cannot be observed
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Giving a sense of happy satisfaction or enjoyment
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Bearing no injuries or harm
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Well off; not struggling financially
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Characterized by or fond of small and overfine distinctions
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Moving gracefully with ease
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Having little, or too little, flesh or fat on the body
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Clear
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Sensitive
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Having emotional or mental peace
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Elaborately or highly decorated
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Noun
A sum of money exacted as a penalty by a court of law or other authority
“I had to pay a significant fine for double-parking.”
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(usually in plural form "damages") A sum of money claimed or awarded in compensation for a loss or an injury
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Fine French brandy from the Grande Champagne or Petite Champagne wine-growing areas of Cognac
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An official notice of a traffic offense
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A compulsory contribution to state revenue, levied by the government on workers' income and business profits, or added to the cost of some goods, services, and transactions
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Fine, dry particles produced by the grinding, crushing, or disintegration of a solid substance
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An unwelcome experience or action undergone or done as a condition of achieving an objective
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In a good or satisfactory way
“Everything is going to work out fine.”
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In a manner of affluence
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In a pleasing or satisfying manner
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Correct and apropos
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In a manner that is appropriate to the circumstances
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Verb
To issue, establish or apply as a charge, fine or penalty
“The court is able to fine these people for their misdemeanors.”
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To make or become thinner or pointier
“We can fine it right down to the desired shape.”
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To remove contaminants or impurities from
“We fine the wine with egg extracts, so are we to put that on the label?”
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To issue, establish or apply as a charge, fine or penalty
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Penalize for wrongdoing
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To cheat, deceive or defraud someone for personal gain
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To contribute in some way to