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fineness or elegance of feeling, taste, manners, language, etc.
an instance of refined feeling, manners, etc.
the act or process of refining.
the quality or state of being refined.
a subtle point or distinction.
subtle reasoning.
an improved, higher, or extreme form of something:
a refinement of the old system.
Mathematics. a set whose elements include the elements of a given set.
the act of refining or the state of being refined
a fine or delicate point, distinction, or expression; a subtlety
fineness or precision of thought, expression, manners, etc; polish or cultivation
a device, change, adaptation, etc, designed to improve performance or increase efficiency


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