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Synonyms for fine

well

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penalty

penalize

Synonyms for fine

free from clouds or mist, for example

consisting of small particles

so slight as to be difficult to notice or appreciate

able to make or detect effects of great subtlety or precision

appealing to refined taste

a sum of money levied as punishment for an offense

to impose a fine on

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money extracted as a penalty

issue a ticket or a fine to as a penalty

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being satisfactory or in satisfactory condition

minutely precise especially in differences in meaning

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thin in thickness or diameter

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characterized by elegance or refinement or accomplishment

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of textures that are smooth to the touch or substances consisting of relatively small particles

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free from impurities

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an expression of agreement normally occurring at the beginning of a sentence

in a delicate manner

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It's a man's film without much in the way of finer feelings and therefore a surprise to find it directed by a woman, Kathryn Bigelow, favourite to win Best Director on the strength of turning over her ex-husband James Cameron for the Directors' Guild award last weekend, Cameron having captured the Golden Globe before that.
Considering the finer feelings of advertisers should have been last on the list of priorities.
Live Aid was the event which helped get Bob Geldof his honorary knighthood, starting a trend for pop stars to show us their finer feelings by helping less fortunate mortals.
The affection in which he was held was all the more remarkable for his apparently effortless ability to trample over the finer feelings of those he met.
As a journalist devoid of finer feelings I asked whether anyone else knew.
While the latter spilled their finer feelings on to canvas, the former made things for people to eat or drink out of.
That means - unlike you - she's got finer feelings.
This immensely readable account, by a brutally honest writer who never pretends to any finer feelings or sentimentality when a bet is involved, is a gambler's book that is well worth a punt.