noun

  • another term for small print
    • ‘The agent's brochure carried disclaimers in fine print at the foot of the front and back pages but I would not accord these decisive significance on the present question.’
    • ‘After buying a few, I get to the checkout, and the little tiny fine print says, ‘Click here to opt out of mailings.’
    • ‘Known as universal default, the practice is disclosed in fine print in the papers cardholders sign to get the card.’
    • ‘But they keep getting bogged down in fine print.’
    • ‘‘There's a lot of fine print that's difficult to get across in radio and TV,’ she says.’

Pronunciation

fine print