Where does the word fete come from?
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In this regard, is fete a French word?
A fête is a party, often one thrown in someone's honor. If you want to fête someone, throw them a fête. Fête is a word taken directly from French. In fact, sometimes in English you'll see a circumflex accent over the first "e" in fête.
Also, how do you use the word fete in a sentence?
- The fete will take place on Sunday, rain or shine.
- Despite the bad weather the fete will go ahead.
- The fete will go ahead provided the rain keeps off.
- I gladly accepted their invitation to open the fete.
- The act he'd devised for the Easter Fete was a black mass.
Regarding this, what is Feteing?
noun, plural fetes. a festive celebration or entertainment: The ball was the greatest fete of the season. a religious feast or festival: a fete lasting several days in honor of a saint.
What's the difference between a fete and a fair?
As nouns the difference between fete and fair is that fete is a festival open to the public, the proceeds from which are often given to charity while fair is something which is fair (in various senses of the adjective) or fair can be a community gathering to celebrate and exhibit local achievements.