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Another word for fine

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Adjective
  1. Of fine quality

      1. Higher than another in rank, station, or authority:
      2. Of a higher nature or kind.
      3. Of great value or excellence; extraordinary.
      1. To take as a choice from among several; pick out.
      2. To make a choice or selection.
      3. Singled out in preference; chosen:
      1. First or highest in rank or importance; main:
      2. Highest in quality; excellent:
      3. Being the most desired or suitable example of something:
      1. The first, highest, or best group in a system of classification:
      2. The most luxurious and most expensive class of accommodations on a commercial airplane, train, passenger ship, or other conveyance.
      1. The act of choosing; selection:
      2. The power, right, or liberty to choose; option:
      3. An alternative:
    See also:

    better

  2. Exceptionally good of its kind

    See also:

    good

  3. Free from clouds or mist, for example

    See also:

    clear

  4. Consisting of small particles

    See also:

    big

  5. So slight as to be difficult to notice or appreciate

    See also:

    big

  6. Able to make or detect effects of great subtlety or precision

    See also:

    precise

  7. Appealing to refined taste

Noun
  1. A sum of money levied as punishment for an offense

      1. A punishment imposed for a violation of law.
      2. A sum established by a contract to be forfeited in lieu of actual damages in the event of a breach of the contract.
      3. The disadvantage or painful consequences resulting from an action or condition:
      1. A penalty such as a fine.
      2. To penalize by fining or demanding forfeiture.
      3. To take (something) from another person by means of unseemly or deceptive methods.
      1. The imposition of a discretionary fine or penalty in an amount not set by statute.
      2. The fine or penalty so imposed.
    See also:

    reward

Verb
  1. To impose a fine on

      1. To subject (a person) to a penalty, especially for infringement of a law or regulation.
      2. To make (an action or a condition) liable to a penalty:
      3. To impose a handicap on; place at a disadvantage:
      1. A penalty such as a fine.
      2. To penalize by fining or demanding forfeiture.
      3. To take (something) from another person by means of unseemly or deceptive methods.
      1. To punish by fine or other penalty.
    See also:

    reward

Another word for fine

Modifier
  1. Not coarse or thick

      1. Having little width in proportion to height or length; long and thin:
      2. Thin and delicate in build; gracefully slim:
      3. Small in amount or extent; meager:
      1. Composed or appearing to be composed of granules or grains:
      2. Having a high level of detail, as in a set of data:
      3. Consisting of multiple diverse or discrete elements:
      1. Composed of or similar to powder.
      2. Dusted or covered with or as if with powder.
      3. Easily made into powder; friable.
      1. Electromagnetic radiation that is visible, perceivable by the normal human eye as colors between red and violet, having frequencies between 400 terahertz and 790 terahertz and wavelengths between 750 nanometers and 380 nanometers.
      2. Electromagnetic radiation of any frequency or wavelength.
      3. The sensation of perceiving light; brightness:
  2. Of superior quality

    See also:

    excellent

  3. Refined

  4. Exact

      1. Rigorous in the imposition of discipline:
      2. Conforming completely to established rule, principle, or condition:
      3. Requiring close observance or demanding in expectations:
      1. Readily distinguishable from all others; discrete:
      2. Easily perceived by the senses:
      3. Clearly defined; unquestionable:
      1. Clearly expressed or delineated; definite:
      2. Exact, as in performance, execution, or amount; accurate or correct:
      3. Strictly distinguished from others; very:
      1. So slight as to be difficult to detect or describe; elusive:
      2. Difficult to understand; abstruse:
      3. Able to make fine distinctions:
Noun
      1. To lose or give up (something) on account of an offense, error, or failure to fulfill an agreement:
      2. To subject to seizure as a forfeit.
      3. Something that is lost or given up on account of an offense, error, or failure to fulfill an agreement.
      1. Financial compensation demanded by, or directed by a court to be paid to, a claimant as compensation for a financial loss or injury to person or property. Financial compensation demanded by, or directed by a court to be paid to, a claimant as compensation for a financial loss or injury to person or property.
      2. or compensatory damages. Damages intended to compensate for a quantifiable loss. or compensatory damages. Damages intended to compensate for a quantifiable loss.
      3. Damages resulting indirectly from the act complained of. Damages resulting indirectly from the act complained of.
      1. A punishment imposed for a violation of law.
      2. A sum established by a contract to be forfeited in lieu of actual damages in the event of a breach of the contract.
      3. The disadvantage or painful consequences resulting from an action or condition:
    See also:

    punishment

Verb
      1. To obtain (something) by the criminal offense of extortion.
      2. To obtain by coercion, intimidation, or psychological pressure:
      3. To commit the criminal offense of extortion:
      1. To grasp suddenly and forcibly; take or grab:
      2. To take by force; capture or conquer:
      3. To take quick and forcible possession of; confiscate:
      1. To impose (a tax or fine, for example) on someone.
      2. To impose a tax, fine, or other punishment on (a person or business).
      3. To enlist or conscript into military service:
      1. To seize (private property) for the public treasury, especially as a penalty for wrongdoing.
      2. To seize by authority:
      3. Seized by a government; appropriated.
      1. A contribution for the support of a government required of persons, groups, or businesses within the domain of that government.
      2. A fee or dues levied on the members of an organization to meet its expenses.
      3. A burdensome or excessive demand; a strain.
      1. To punish by fine or other penalty.
      1. Strictly and completely in accord with fact; not deviating from truth or reality:
      2. Characterized by accurate measurements or inferences with small margins of error; not approximate:
      3. Characterized by strict adherence to standards or rules:
      1. A penalty such as a fine.
      2. To penalize by fining or demanding forfeiture.
      3. To take (something) from another person by means of unseemly or deceptive methods.
      1. To subject (a person) to a penalty, especially for infringement of a law or regulation.
      2. To make (an action or a condition) liable to a penalty:
      3. To impose a handicap on; place at a disadvantage:
    See also:

    punish