Pronunciation of Fete
/fˈe͡ɪt/, /fˈeɪt/, /f_ˈeɪ_t/
Antonyms for fete:
Synonyms for fete:
Sense 2 (noun)
celebration, party (noun)
acclaim, carouse, celebrate, cheer, commemorate, enjoy, exult, frolic, glorify, hail, hallow, honor, inaugurate, jubilate, laud, make merry, memorialize, observe, party, praise, proclaim, rejoice, revel, salute, solemnize, trumpet, venerate.
throw a party for someone (verb)
Usage examples for fete:
- She had a presentiment of a melancholy future of solitude, of renunciation, of secret tears; but near him grief became a fete. - "Monsieur de Camors, v3", Octave Feuillet.
- A fete given in honor of their Majesties by the Prince of Schwartzenberg, ambassador from Austria, ended in a frightful accident. - "The Project Gutenberg Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte", Bourrienne, Constant, and Stewarton.
- How well you do things on fete- days, Monsieur le president! - "Eugenie Grandet", Honore de Balzac.
- It appeared that ten days later occurred the fete day of some minor saint who had not for years been accorded the honor of a celebration. - "Brewster's Millions", George Barr McCutcheon.
- Do you not know that a fete at Vaux, one of the very simplest possible character, would cost four or five millions? - "Louise de la Valliere", Alexandre Dumas, Pere.
- The great day of the fete was Sunday, October 5 for on that day the king went out to the fair- ground, and distributed the prizes to the owners of the best horses, and, as they appeared to me, of the most ugly- colored bulls. - "Saunterings", Charles Dudley Warner Last Updated: February 22, 2009.
- Every new acquaintance she made was a veritable fete for her. - "The Wife and Other Stories", Anton Chekhov.
Rhymes for fete:
- great, fate, ate, prate, weight, state, aydt, sate, chait, grate, spate, bate, cate, streight, mate, pate, late, strait, crate, plait, fait, slate, freight, hait, speight, straight, waite, rait, taitt, kate, gate, pait, hate, skate, wait, tate, bait, date, gait, trait, eight, wayt, nate, rate, tait, plate;
- elate, sedate, equate, debate, gestate, dictate, negate, irate, relate, ornate, await, create, kuwait, postdate, conflate, oblate, tri-state, prorate, deflate, berate, belate, upstate, restate, estate, innate, est, dilate, misstate, translate, lightweight, predate, inflate, reflate, update, collate, abate;
- intrastate, silverplate, conjugate, overweight, interstate, reinstate, solid-state, procreate, underrate, overrate, desecrate;
- interrelate, demodulate, remunerate, recriminate;