finical finical


  • (adj) exacting especially about details



  1. About his productions he was superfinical, but not primarily for art's sake; being finical seemed to pay.
  2. Famed among finical fight enthusiasts is the NBC team of Sam Taub Bill Stern that works for Adam, describing right hooks and Homburgs with equal competency.
  3. I have a suspicion that some of your readers are finical.


  • Willowglen graduates, parents show off their perseverance

    FREEPORT — Sara Finical-Kloepping kept wiping her tears as she hugged her daughter. She and Tanika were looking at the 21-year-old’s diploma, one of five granted Thursday at Willowglen Academy.
    on June 28, 2013     Source: The Journal-Standard


  1. "The recovery is underway and we all agreed to work closer together to solve the finical crisis," said Flaherty, in a brown sweater, adding that the meeting, which for the first time in the G7 history did not issue a concluding written statement...
    on Feb 6, 2010 By: Jim Flaherty Source: Xinhua

  2. "There are a lot of uncertainties of what 2009 will bring for US commodities, world economic growth, oil prices and finical turnaround. The downturn in total world trade and increase in exportable supplies in countries like Russia, the United...
    on Feb 9, 2009 By: Erick Erickson Source: AgWeb

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