[ US /ˈfeɪt/ ]
  1. an elaborate party (often outdoors)
  2. an organized series of acts and performances (usually in one place)
    a drama festival
  1. have a celebration
    They were feting the patriarch of the family
    After the exam, the students were celebrating
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How To Use fete In A Sentence

  • -- This is the regulation relative to the dues legally established by Italis-Baal, the suffete, son of Bod-tanith, son of In Troubadour-Land A Ramble in Provence and Languedoc
  • The body was buffeted about in the waves.
  • On the ground she was fêted with lavish hospitality by friends waiting at every far-flung airfield to whisk her off to a celebratory feast.
  • She reached the doors of the college cafeteria, slamming them behind her and locking the door. Times, Sunday Times
  • Like the soapbox speakers, the cafeterias offered working-class people places to debate and discuss a wide range of issues.
  • It also protects skin from wrinkles and black spots and prevents such geriatric diseases as cerebral haemorrhage, myocardium and brain infarction by removing acid effete matters in time. North Korea Hails New ‘Anti-Ageing Super Drink’ | Impact Lab
  • The following year the ‘Marseillaise’ was adopted as the national anthem, and the 14 July as a national fête, to join the tricolor as the national flag.
  • That was until a gondola linking the village to the much fêted Verbier was installed. Times, Sunday Times
  • The village has been buffeted by mudflows, landslides, river debris, flooding and earthquakes.
  • Liminal phases of rites of passage, carnivals, and fêtes are often pervaded by images of chaos and misrule.
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