refined, elegant, and to the manor born, Betty is everything that Don is not.
It appears from the tops that they refined the process of opening the cans.
With Zazi, a more precise, refined and confident law-enforcement effort seems be in evidence.
In refined form, sugar (also known as sucrose) has been linked to everything from heart disease to diabetes.
Zack and Addie, unsurprisingly, were thrilled to participate in this refined brand of post-Katrina tribalism.
Each time I have deleted something, which, while it has refined, I trust has not impaired the strength of the tale.
His accent was none of the Elberthal one; it was fine, refined, polished.
All the refined morality of the ancient Centaurs welled up in him.
Not in vain you live, for every passing eye is cheered and refined by the vision.
The steam vehicle for stationary purposes, and also for the locomotive, were being rapidly developed and refined.
1570s, "subtle;" 1580s, "elegant;" 1590s, "purified," past participle adjective from refine (v.).
refine re·fine (rĭ-fīn')
v. re·fined, re·fin·ing, re·fines
To reduce to a pure state; purify.