Finesse

In contract bridge and similar games, a finesse is a card play technique which will enable a player to win an additional trick or tricks should there be a favorable position of one or more cards in the hands of the opponents. The player attempts to win either the current trick or a later trick with a card of the suit he leads notwithstanding that ...
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Finesse

• (a.) Subtilty of contrivance to gain a point; artifice; stratagem. • (v. i.) To use artifice or stratagem. • (a.) The act of finessing. See Finesse, v. i., 2. • (v. i.) To attempt, when second or third player, to make a lower card answer the purpose of a higher, when an intermediate card is out, risking the chance of its being...
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Finesse

Fi`nesse' noun [ French, from fin fine. See Fine , adjective ] 1. Subtilty of contrivance to gain a point; artifice; stratagem. « This is the artificialest piece of finesse to persuade men into slavery.» Milton. 2. ...
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Finesse

Fi·nesse' intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Finessed ; present participle & verbal noun Finessing .] 1. To use artifice or stratagem. Goldsmith. 2. (Whist Playing) To attempt, when second or ...
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Finesse

A play that attempts to win a trick with a certain card, even though the opponents hold a higher card in the suit, by taking advantage of the position of the particular cards.
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finesse

An highly subjective and abstract term relating to a wine of delicacy and complexity.
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Finesse

Delicate and elegant wine
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finesse

delicate way of dealing with a situation 
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Finesse

Describes a wine that possesses smoothness, intrigue and elegance.
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finesse

Description (French for fineness) as part of a wine address, with a multi-layered, high-quality wine with harmonious odor and taste is described. The German term fine is synonymous. Related or supplementary adjectives are balanced. delicate. elegant. filigree and slim,
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Finesse

Distinctive balance; fineness; elegance and flair.
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FINESSE

Financing Energy Services for Small Scale Users
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finesse

subtly skillful handling of a situation
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finesse

subtly skillful handling of a situation
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Finesse

Tasting term which means just about what you'd expect it to mean, that the wine is so perfectly balanced that nothing sticks out. All components balance each other in a way which makes the whole thing even more smooth, understated and perfect.
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Finesse

The measurement of the average particle size of the cocoa solids in the chocolate, expressed in ten-thousandths of an inch or in microns.
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finesse

Wine with soft elegant style.
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