Definition of Fineer

1. v. i. To run in debt by getting goods made up in a way unsuitable for the use of others, and then threatening not to take them except on credit.



2. v. t. To veneer.

Definition of Fineer

1. Verb. (alternative form of veneer) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Fineer

1. to get goods by fraud [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fineer

fine needle aspiration
fine needle biopsy
fine print
fine spray
fine structure
fine structure mapping
fine tremor
fineable
fined
finedraw
finedrawing
finedrawn
finedraws
finedrew
fineer (current term)
fineered
fineering
fineers
fineish
fineless
finely
fineness
finenesses
finer
finer than frog hair
fineries
finers
finery
fines

Literary usage of Fineer

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1. ARCO 12: Nederlandse ontwerpers pakken meubilair ann = Dutch designers do ...by Ed van Hinte by Ed van Hinte (2005)
"Daarom zijn ze niet geschikt als onder- they are bent They are not suitable as a substrate for veneer laag voor fineer. Hij moest aluminium profielen ..."

2. The Travels Through England of Dr. Richard Pococke, Successively Bishop of by Richard Pococke, James Joel Cartwright (1889)
"But what is most curious is some presses made of fineer'd oak of a tree which grew on my Lord's estate, whicli exceeds in beauty the finest root of walnut ..."

3. Works of the Camden Society by Camden Society (Great Britain), Royal Historical Society (Great Britain) (1889)
"At each end is a colun n with a vase on them of Oriental alabaster, and one of the pillars is of the same fineer'd, the other of some very fine marble. ..."

4. The Novelist's Magazine (1784)
"... his long сош ¡ibip had made on her affections ; »nd Sir Frederick fineer, on the other hand, ... b:r Frederick fineer for his roma ч - tick manner of ..."

5. Select British Classics (1804)
"In all this the young man, who is the unhappy subject of our present reflections, was very expert; and could face, fineer, and bring custom to a shop with ..."

6. Appleton's Cyclopaedia of American Biography by John Fiske, James Grant Wilson (1898)
"On 80 July, 1804. he again •esigned and resumed his profession as a civil en- fineer. Lieut. Murphy was a frequent contributor о the newspaper and ..."

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