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fine (adjective), finer, finest
1. Relating to something or someone of who is of superior quality; something that is acceptable or satisfactory: Fleur's fine personality was admired by all of her friends.

The fine linen felt wonderful to touch because it was so soft and beautifully woven.

2. Etymology: "unblemished, refined, pure; of superior quality," from Old French fin, "perfected, of highest quality" (12th century); from Latin finis, "end, limit".
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