fine-looking

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fine-looking (comparative finer looking, superlative finest looking)

  1. Having a fine and pleasing appearance.
    • 1961 March, C. P. Boocock, “The organisation of Eastleigh Locomotive Works”, in Trains Illustrated, page 162:
      Among these for a time were the H2 Atlantics, the fine-looking products of the Marsh era, all of which are now withdrawn.

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