Fine Synonyms and Antonyms

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We found there are 15 synonyms for the word fine.

  1. amercement
  2. mulct
  3. ticket
  4. all right
  5. hunky-dory
  6. O.K.
  7. OK
  8. okay
  9. all right
  10. OK
  11. alright
  12. very well
  13. delicately
  14. exquisitely
  15. finely

And we also found there are 2 direct antonyms for the word fine.

  1. coarse
  2. harsh
Term Definition

amercement, mulct (noun)

money extracted as a penalty.

ticket (verb)

issue a ticket or a fine to as a penalty.

all right, hunky-dory, O.K., OK, okay (adjective satellite)

being satisfactory or in satisfactory condition.

Antonyms: unsatisfactory [Indirect via satisfactory] (adjective)

not giving satisfaction.

all right, OK, alright, very well (adverb)

an expression of agreement normally occurring at the beginning of a sentence.

delicately, exquisitely, finely (adverb)

in a delicate manner.

Antonyms: imprecise [Indirect via precise] (adjective)

not precise.

Antonyms: thick [Indirect via thin] (adjective)

not thin; of a specific thickness or of relatively great extent from one surface to the opposite usually in the smallest of the three solid dimensions.

Antonyms: inelegant [Indirect via elegant] (adjective)

lacking in refinement or grace or good taste.

Antonyms: coarse, harsh (adjective)

of textures that are rough to the touch or substances consisting of relatively large particles.

Antonyms: impure [Indirect via pure] (adjective)

combined with extraneous elements.

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