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  • adj. Eye dialect spelling of fine.


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  • "'A tearin 'foine wan,' Murty says," responded his father; "since it's Irish: Garryowen, unless you'd like to change it."

    Mates at Billabong

  • Arrrgggggggghhh, How can the "foine" boy come and be olodo?

    My First Love 2.

  • It did not detract from the value of Megilp's conversation, in Barwood's view, that the worthy artist said "foine" and "hoorded" instead of adopting the more conventional pronunciation.

    Stories by American Authors, Volume 1

  • He brought money, which was accepted without much thanks; but his mother treated him almost as a stranger, and the dour James, while not unwilling to draw out his account of himself, would look him up and down from under his bushy grey eyebrows, and often interpose with some sarcasm on his 'foine' ways of speaking, or his

    The History of David Grieve

  • "foine," at charming casual corners of old villages, where grassy ways cross each other and timbered houses bulge irregularly and there are fresh things behind crooked palings; witness the little vision of

    Picture and Text 1893

  • April 29, 2010 at 7:19 am irish GPS voyse: Shur adn it b a foine day tu b on deh giraffe hunt!

    u can’t - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • Congrats foine gurl on your award dear you deserve it.

    Now, its time to dance Owambe!

  • Lol @Napaali but true how comez everyone is so foine.

    Naija Bloggers Party Update

  • Prisca it mean you are too foine so please keep it up.lolllllll

    Get thee behind me!

  • But damn, this chick was so foine, I was having trouble just sitting still.

    The Forever Game


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