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Sunday Word: Fête

fete [ˈfāt or ˈfet]:
origin: English (17th Century) Old French (15th Century); feste= feast

Celebration, party, or festival (often held outdoors). example; 4th of July, Hawaiian luau
v.t. "feted" = to entertain or honor w/ a celebration
Tags: f, french, noun, wordsmith: theidolhands

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