drawn out to extreme fineness or thinness.
verb (used with object), fine-drew, fine-drawn, fine-drawing.
Sewing. to sew together so finely that the joining is not noticeable.
to draw out to extreme fineness, tenuity, or subtlety.
(of arguments, distinctions, etc) precise or subtle
(of wire) drawn out until very fine; attenuated
(of features) delicate or refined
verb (transitive) -draws, -drawing, -drew, -drawn
to sew together so finely that the join is scarcely noticeable
to carry out the last drawing-out operation on (wire, tube, etc) to reduce its diameter
- Fine gael
/ˈfɪnə ˈɡɛːl/ noun 1. one of the major political parties in the Republic of Ireland, formed in 1933
[fahyn-greyn] /ˈfaɪnˈgreɪn/ adjective, Photography. 1. (of an image) having an inconspicuous or invisible grain. 2. (of a developer or emulsion) permitting the grain of an image to be inconspicuous or invisible. adjective 1. (photog) having or producing an image with grain of inconspicuous size: a fine-grain image, a fine-grain developer
[fahyn-greynd] /ˈfaɪnˈgreɪnd/ adjective 1. being of fine grain or texture, as certain types of wood, leather, etc. 2. Photography. . adjective 1. (of wood, leather, etc) having a fine smooth even grain 2. detailed, in-depth, or involving fine detail
- Fine kettle of fish
A troublesomely awkward or embarrassing situation: “Gurnley usually managed to worm his way out of trouble, but this time he found himself in a fine kettle of fish.” noun phrase A nasty predicament; lamentable situation (1800+)