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acupuncture a traditional Chinese practice of pricking certain parts of the body with fine needles to relieve pain or cure disease. [1/2 definitions]
aerosol a liquid substance, such as an insecticide, disinfectant, deodorant, or paint, sealed in a container under pressure and dispensed as a fine spray. [1/2 definitions]
airbrush an atomizer used to apply liquid, usu. paint, in a fine spray.
alabaster a dense, fine-grained gypsum, often white and translucent, that is often carved for ornaments and figurines. [1/5 definitions]
amerce to punish by a fine or penalty, esp. a penalty not specified in law.
A-O.K. (informal) perfectly fine; in excellent working order.
apparel clothing, such as shirts, dresses, coats, and the like, esp. of a fine or decorative sort. [1/4 definitions]
array fine clothing; attire. [1/6 definitions]
art a fine skill that has resulted from natural ability, practice, or study. [1/4 definitions]
arthroscope an instrument in the shape of a fine tube that is used, in conjunction with fiber optics, for diagnosing and treating ailments of the joint.
assess to establish or set the amount of (a tax, fine, or the like). [1/3 definitions]
assessment the amount of a tax, fine, or the like that is assessed. [1/3 definitions]
attenuate to cause to be thin, rarefied, or fine. [3/4 definitions]
a whale of a (informal) an exceptionally large or fine example of a (class of objects or persons).
basalt a dense, fine-grained, dark-colored igneous rock created by lava flow that is rich in minerals containing magnesium and iron. The most common igneous rock on the Earth's surface due to its high abundance on the ocean floor.
batiste a fine woven fabric used for clothing.
beau geste fine gesture (French); a noble, gracious gesture. [2 definitions]
Beaux-Arts (l.c.) of or relating to the fine arts. [2/3 definitions]
bibliophile a lover or collector of books, esp. for the fine or rare physical qualities of their paper, printing, binding, or the like.
bone china a fine type of white porcelain produced by mixing bone ash or calcium phosphate with the clay.
bon vivant one who lives well and enjoys fine things, esp. food and drink.