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financial aid money provided for college students to help pay tuition and other college expenses.
financier a person skilled in or occupied in financial operations, usu. on a large scale.
finback any of several related whalebone whales with lengthwise grooves on the throat and a prominent, pointed dorsal fin; rorqual.
finch any of several related small, seed-eating birds, such as the sparrow, cardinal, and goldfinch.
find to encounter, come upon, or meet, esp. unexpectedly. [8 definitions]
findable combined form of find.
finder one that finds. [2 definitions]
fin de siecle (French) end of the century, specifically the nineteenth century. [2 definitions]
find fault to seek out or point out flaws or imperfections (usu. fol. by "with").
finding that which has been found. [2 definitions]
find oneself to discover one's true nature, interests, or vocation.
find one's feet (informal) to begin to adjust to or be comfortable in a new situation.
find out to discover; learn; ascertain. [2 definitions]
fine1 excellent in quality, skill, character, or nature. [11 definitions]
fine2 a sum of money charged as a penalty for a crime or offense. [2 definitions]
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-drawn drawn out into fine filaments, as wire. [2 definitions]
fine-grained having a fine, smooth grain or texture, as certain woods. [2 definitions]
finely in a delicate, refined, or excellent way. [2 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.
finery1 expensive or exceptionally elaborate or showy clothing, jewelry, or the like.