finer

All Noun Adjective
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  • As such, she had much finer things than the other girls around her.
  • Local conditions allowed some areas to produce finer glass at an earlier stage.
  • Even those who mostly agree with each other may still have some differences on the finer points.
  • Thus, the quality of the architecture was finer than the southern half.
  • The team then worked on the finer details of his appearance.
  • Street was commissioned to create a finer church to match the beauty of the town.
  • It stands working up well; for the more it is worked up, the finer it becomes.
  • High and low levels of thrust allow high speed and finer control, respectively.
  • It also has finer control over the construction process.
  • When it comes to good taste there's no one finer.
  • The longer the color was ground, the finer the color became.
  • They like to indulge themselves in the finer things in life and to bring other people with them.
  • The field or hunting type can be finer in build and construction than those from bench or show lines.
  • But he also saw another screen wire pattern, far smaller and finer.
  • With the increase in materials costs, engineering to a finer standard became critical for financial success.
  • Upon seeing her ability he became enraged that a mere mortal could produce finer work than he.
  • These often are based on the state standards but at a finer grain.
  • The basic elements of the design have remained constant even as finer details have been modified over the years.
  • Following the cantilever principle, a large mount allows finer control than a smaller one.
  • They can also produce a finer line than any fountain pen.
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Synonyms of finer