Fine [adjective]

Definition of Fine:

excellent, masterly

Opposite/Antonyms of Fine:

Sentence/Example of Fine:

Target was fined for not enforcing the county’s mask law and citations were mailed to the protesters, the South Florida Sun Sentinel reported.

Now, for most general purposes, stock tires will work fine, especially if you have a winch.

The state’s environmental regulators are seen as friendly to coal companies, so the reduced fines are in keeping with prior actions.

Repeating the process, he smoothed the lattice’s fine details, zooming out to grok the system’s overall behavior.

So let’s see what happens, but I think it’s going to work out fine.

For integrators—I’m one of them—it’s fine having this fluid life situation where they blend together.

MUJI’s fountain pens are made with a minimalist, durable aluminum exterior, and boasts an enviably fine writing tip.

Her all-around game was supplemented by the fine rookie-season work of former University of Connecticut teammate Crystal Dangerfield, who may win ROY honors despite falling to 16th overall in the 2020 draft.

“If it continues being the same, then it’s fine,” said Diana Terrazas, a 19-year-old TikTok user in Dallas who spends hours every day watching new videos.

In fine-print land, you might have noted that a company is allowed to film or record just about anything that happens on company premises.