Fine and Magnificent


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Fine adjective – Having or showing elegance.
Usage example: a fine old structure in the city's historic district

Magnificent is a synonym for fine in excellent topic. In some cases you can use "Magnificent" instead an adjective "Fine", when it comes to topics like impressive.
Nearby Words: fineness, finery, finely, fined, fining
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Magnificent adjective – Large and impressive in size, grandeur, extent, or conception.
Fine is a synonym for magnificent in glorious topic. You can use "Fine" instead an adjective "Magnificent", if it concerns topics such as brilliant, admirable, sumptuous, masterly.
Nearby Word: magnificence
Synonyms for Magnificent

Things that words describes

sense fine sense magnificent sense
performance fine performance magnificent performance
job fine job magnificent job
pair fine pair magnificent pair
Other nouns: piece, example, specimen, hair, suit, music, voice, wine, song, works, hat, skills, examples, moments.

Both words in one sentence

  • A bastard as magnificent as he can screw you over perfectly fine without even bending the rules.
  • The Bore Robson particularly, in goal, had a magnificent first half, his fine positional sense preventing the build-up of any severe pressure on the suspect Aberdeen defence.
    Source: The Bore
  • Dissonant Serenity She never loses her cool, especially since she never meets any other characters and is fine with leaving Takano to be blamed for Nomura's actions, which is a sign that Nomura manages to be a Magnificent Bitch.
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Magnificent and Fine. (2016). Retrieved 2020, November 28, from
Fine & Magnificent. N.p., 2016. Web. 28 Nov. 2020. <>.
Magnificent or Fine. 2016. Accessed November 28, 2020.

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