You can get a fine view of the sea from the mountaintop.
Ken bought a fine wine for his father on his birthday.
Sir Harold is a fine English gentleman.
I had a fine old time.
He floored his opponent with a fine punch in the first round.
My Criminal Law professor, Steve Duke, was a witty, acerbic man and a fine teacher with whom I later did a seminar on white-collar crime.
In a finely tuned partnership, Mr. Finckel and Ms. Wu offered a striking interpretation of the work, vigorous in the dramatic Scherzo and deeply expressive in the brief Adagio.
It's a fine scheme on paper, but will it work in practice?
Ambergris has even been compared to a fine wine, as its quality increases the longer it has spent aging.
This apparition grew to a fine old age, until he reached a maturity he could not improve on, and now he haunts the church in which his parents had married.