Examples of fine print in a Sentence
Read the fine print before you sign the contract.
Recent Examples of fine print from the Web
Companies lean on the terms of service that customers sign before using their platforms, but there’s no way for a customer to know from that fine print how their data actually will be used, Dore said.
Given the fine print of Proposition 2, there's only one shot at deciding what to do with the $3.5 billion in extra tax revenues.
And over the past five years, as part of its rapid modernization, the Russian Navy has expanded its strategic capabilities, including one that's essentially a thumbing of the nose at the INF's fine print.
During this backward spin, proofread all correspondences and triple-check the fine print.
Numbers from the fine print of the Trump budget show deficits over $900 billion in 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022.
Also unlike the previous ban, each country has its own set of restrictions, with fine print including everything from extra screening to student exchanges.
In actuality, says the lawsuit, the fine print of the contract offered no such guarantees.
According to the Times, Kogan insisted both in the fine print of the survey and to Facebook that his interest in the data was purely academic.
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First Known Use of fine print
FINE PRINT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of fine print for English Language Learners
: the part of an agreement or document that contains important details and that is sometimes written in small letters
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