Webster 1913 Edition
In a fine or finished manner.
Webster 1828 Edition
1.In minute parts; as a substance finely pulverized.
2.To a thin or sharp edge; as an instrument finely sharpened.
3.Gaily; handsomely; beautifully; with elegance and taste. she was finely attired.
4.With elegance or beauty.
Plutarch says very finely, that a man should not allow himself to hate even his enemies; for it you indulge this passion on some occasions, it will rise of itself in others.
5.With advantage; very favorably; as a house or garden finely situated.
6.Nicely; delicately; as a stuff finely wrought.
8.By way of irony, wretchedly; in a manner deserving of contemptuous notice. He is finely caught in his own snare.