Numismatic grade [Crossword Clue Answer]

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Numismatic grade [Crossword Clue]

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  • FINE (5 Letters/Characters)

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adjective: fine; comparative adjective: finer; superlative adjective: finest

  1. of very high quality; very good of its kind.
  2. very thin or narrow.
  3. directed or stationed behind the wicket and close to the ball's line of flight when it is bowled.


noun: fine; plural noun: fines

  1. tiny particles found in mining, milling, etc.


adverb: fine

  1. ?nformal satisfactorily or pleasingly; very well.”?And how's the job-hunting going?? ?Oh, fine.?”
  2. Cricketbehind the wicket and close to the line of flight of the ball when it is bowled.


verb: fine; 3rd person present: fines; past tense: fined; past participle: fined; gerund or present participle: fining

  1. clarify (beer or wine) by causing sediment precipitation during production.
  2. make or become thinner.
  3. ?nformal ? Northern English (of the weather) become bright and clear.

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