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I have heard this word somewhere but am unsure how to spell it.

He had a certain level of mastery of his pottery skills, he completed all his work with remarkable finash/feenash/phinash/phines

It might not be the best example of the usage of the word. But I have looked up online and the wordweb dictionary to no use. It's not 'finish'. It sounded like fee-na-sh.

Any idea? Or am I misunderstood and there isn't such a word?

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    "Panache", maybe?
    – The Photon
    May 26 at 4:01
  • Maybe finesse?
    – Jim
    May 26 at 5:16
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    @jim I agree wholeheartedly. I was going to give that as an answer.
    – BoldBen
    May 26 at 6:49

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The word you are looking for is probably finesse.

When referring to something creative or artistic, it means great skill and delicacy - getting all the 'fine' details right.

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