[ fahyn ]
/ faɪn /
printed matter in small-sized type.
the detailed wording of a contract, lease, insurance policy, or the like, often set in type smaller than the main body of the document and including general restrictions or qualifications that could be considered disadvantageous: Make sure you read the fine print before signing.
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Also called small print.
Origin of fine print
First recorded in 1955–60
OTHER WORDS FROM fine printfine-print, adjective
Words nearby fine print
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Example sentences from the Web for fine print
The second half of first grade, our son started reading the fine-print paragraphs on the cards.
British Dictionary definitions for fine print
matter set in small type, as in a contract, esp considered as containing unfavourable conditions that the signer might overlookAlso called: small print
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