Ace and Fine

Ace

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Ace adjective – Having or showing exceptional knowledge, experience, or skill in a field of endeavor.
Fine and ace are semantically related in good topic. In some cases you can use "Fine" instead the word "Ace" as an adjective or a noun, when it comes to topics like great, excellent.
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Fine

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Fine adjective – Consisting of very small particles.
Ace and fine are semantically related in good topic. Sometimes you can use "Ace" instead the word "Fine" as an adjective or a noun.
Nearby Words: fineness, finery, finely, fined, fining
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How words are described

human human ace human fine
best best ace best fine
original original ace original fine
single single ace single fine
Other adjectives: arrogant, huge, famous, highest.

Both words in one sentence

  • Fake Ultimate Hero Sena Kobayakawa, the so called Eyeshield 21, the "Ultimate Ace Runningback of Notre Dame Academy...." Well, he's surprisingly good at his position, and it can creep the enemy out, so it's fine.
  • Film / Ace Ventura Unfortunately Ace doesn't read the fine print which says he who destroys the tailsman gets the antlers of the grand high moose himself.
  • Transformation Trinket Unfortunately, Ace doesn't read the fine print which says he who destroys the talisman gets the antlers of the grand high moose himself.
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