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Fine

Pronunciation of Fine
/fˈa͡ɪn/, /fˈa‍ɪn/, /f_ˈaɪ_n/

Antonyms for fine:

polluted, wanting, inelegant, ordinary, poor, inferior, fat, imprecise, coarse, thick, unfashionable, second-rate, unhappy, bad, common, cheap.

Synonyms for fine:

agreeable (adjective)

hunky-dory.

beautiful (adjective)

comely, bonny.

diluted (adjective)

thin.

healthy (adjective)

well.

impressionable (adjective)

sensitive.

narrow (adjective)

narrow, slender, lanky, slim, skeletal, skinny, scrawny, lean, thin, tight, willowy, tenuous.

pleasing (adjective)

agreeable.

pleasurable (adjective)

cheerful, charming, pleasing, delectable, bonny, unobjectionable, amusing, bright, sunny, enlivening, entertaining, blissful, delightful, agreeable, ambrosial, jolly, enchanting, favorable, sweet, enjoyable, pleasant, joyful, pleasurable.

powdery (adjective)

floury.

sharp (adjective)

pointed, sharp, needlelike.

well (adjective)

bright-eyed.

wispy (adjective)

gossamer, wispy, rare, tenuous, subtle, ethereal.

Sense 6

direct, calm.

Sense 7

tag.

Sense 8

still, quality.

Sense 11

weak.

Sense 13

ground.

chinaware

china.

encouraging

hopeful.

punish

penalize.

remarkable

unusual.

sensory

sensual.

surely

yes.

thin

sheer.

very well

very well, excellently.

very well (adverb)

excellently.

Sense 7 (noun)

community service, extradition, bail, disqualify, noncustodial, finespun, delicate, disqualification.

Sense 9 (noun)

tiny, dainty.

Sense 10 (noun)

ground, Grounded, Botany Bay, waterboarding, detention.

Sense 11 (noun)

clement, still, equable, windless, calm.

abandonment (noun)

forfeiture.

exact (noun)

accurate.

punishment (noun)

castigation, verdict, affliction, revenge, incarceration, reprisal, execution, confinement, price, agony, crucifixion, persecution, payment, imprisonment.

refined (noun)

delicate, dainty.

fine (verb)

amerce, punish, exact, tax.

penalize (verb)

chastise, handicap, discount, correct, encumber, penalize, drawback, forfeit, burden, deduct, abate, discipline, judge, Retribute, punish.

punish (verb)

distress, lambaste, crucify, chasten, torture, pillory, incarcerate, imprison, afflict, persecute, sentence, execute, avenge, reprise, anguish, Keelhaul, castigate, confine, agonize, try.

social (verb)

ticket.

Usage examples for fine:

  • It would be just like Gillier to write something really fine, and then not to let us see it. - "The Way of Ambition", Robert Hichens.
  • How fine you are to- day! - "The Project Gutenberg Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte", Bourrienne, Constant, and Stewarton.
  • " I'll be able to keep it up fine," she murmured to herself. - "Good Luck", L. T. Meade.

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