adjective un·fine \"+\

Definition of unfine

  1. 1 obsolete, of a wine :  poor in flavor :  rough

  2. 2 of the weather :  inclement, stormy

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Origin and Etymology of unfine

Middle English, from 1un- + fine

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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