fine and dandy

idiom
Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of fine and dandy

informal
used to express agreement or approval
  • That's just fine and dandy with me.

Word by Word Definitions

fine play
  1. : end, conclusion

  2. : a compromise of a fictitious suit used as a form of conveyance of lands

  3. : a sum imposed as punishment for an offense

  1. : to impose a fine on : punish by a fine

  1. : free from impurity

  2. : having a stated proportion of pure metal in the composition expressed in parts per thousand

  3. : very thin in gauge or texture

  1. : finely: such as

  2. : very well

  3. : all right

  1. : purify, clarify

  2. : to make finer in quality or size

  3. : to become pure or clear

  1. : end

dandy play
  1. : a man who gives exaggerated attention to personal appearance

  2. : something excellent in its class

  1. : of, relating to, or suggestive of a man who gives exaggerated attention to personal appearance : foppish

  2. : very good : first-rate


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