fine in a sentence

fine meaning:

adj.) very good; excellent

adj.) Thin; delicate;

adj.) in good health or condition.

n.) an amount of money charged as a punishment for a crime or offense.

fine sentence:

I feel just fine.

He is doing fine in school.

Mother made me a fine dress.

There was a fine scent in the room.

I will leave if it is fine tomorrow.

A room with a skylight would be fine.

The weather was fine, so we went fishing.

Offenders will be liable to a heavy fine .

The bridge is a fine piece of engineering.

The penalty for a first offense is a fine.

My hair is very fine. Yours is much thicker.

If it is fine tomorrow, we’ll go on a picnic.

Our hopes for fine weather were not disappointed.

The court can impose a fine or a prison sentence.

It was a fine day and there were no clouds in the sky.

If the weather is fine, I’ll go swimming in the river.

Her latest publication is a fine piece of scholarship.

It was fine to begin with and then it started to rain.

The morning began fine, but now clouds are banking up.

Her skillful fingers spun the wool out to a fine thread.

He took advantage of the fine weather to paint the wall.

I felt terrible last night but I feel fine this morning.

The eruption had covered the town with a fine layer of ash.

I hope that the fine weather will hold up for some more days.

The idea sounds fine in theory, but would it work in practice?

The display of fireworks on New Year’s Eve is a fine spectacle.

For such a serious offence he was lucky to get away with a fine.

Taxpayers who do not send in their forms face an automatic fine.

The girls couldn’t wait to show off their fine needle work to us.

The athletic meeting has been postponed until the first fine day.

Fine sweaters are produced in imaginative designs by local women.

Nothing is more pleasant than to take a walk on a fine spring day.

Her legs were long and fine, her hips slender, her carriage erect.

The points you make are fine, but the whole essay lacks coherence.

If he doesn’t pay the fine soon, he’ll be up before the magistrate.

He was given one month’s imprisonment without the option of a fine.

The fine was for the company’s pollution of the air near its plants.

If it rains on that day, the game will be postponed until the next fine day.

He was praised for his fine, manly voice, his phrasing and his clear enunciation .

Despite the occasional lapse, this was a fine performance by the young saxophonist.

Under the coating of dust and cobwebs, he discovered a fine French Louis XVI clock.

There are so many fine scratches and dents on its surface, it’s no use polishing it.

After the fine performance in the first act, the rest of the play was an anticlimax.

The offer included a $ 250 fine, community service and domestic violence counseling.

It’s fine to watch that kind of thing on TV but I wouldn’t actually want to live it.

Contrary to expectations and the weather forecast, we had a fine day for the experiment.

We have waited so long for him to be born, and such fine promises rest on his shoulders.

The eruption of the volcano covered states as far away as Montana in a fine layer of ash.

I don’t know if it will be fine tomorrow, but if it is fine we’ll go on a picnic.

Budapest has the go-go feel of a city on the move and fine restaurants to match.

At the same time they identified the mass media as the enemy of the fine artist.