Definition of 'in fine'
Example sentences containing 'in fine'
He had played safe; jeans and a black sweatshirt with the name of a Glasgow theatre group in fine white print on the back.AN OLDER WOMAN (2002)
Gentlemen live in fine houses like Sir Malaroy but I think she means you have the manners of a gentleman.NOBLE BEGINNNINGS (2002) SOMEBODY (2002)
They approached him cautiously and examined his white hands, covered in fine brown hairs, with suspicion.A FEW SHORT NOTES ON TROPICAL BUTTERFLIES (2002)
Definition of in fine from the Collins English Dictionary
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