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al fine to the finish (used as a musical direction to continue to the end of a repeated section).
fine art (often pl.) art, esp. visual art, practiced and admired for its beauty or significance rather than its practicality or usefulness. [3 definitions]
fine print the part of a document, such as a contract or policy, that is set apart from the rest by smaller type, or is deliberately written to obscure some possibly disadvantageous aspect.
fine-drawn drawn out into fine filaments, as wire. [2 definitions]
fine-grained having a fine, smooth grain or texture, as certain woods. [2 definitions]
fine-tooth comb a comb with narrow teeth set close together.
fine-tune to manipulate the controls on (a receiver) in order to get the best reception available. [2 definitions]
finespun spun or drawn out to a fine thread, as fabric or glass; delicate. [2 definitions]
go over with a fine-tooth comb to scrutinize in minute detail and with great care.