Basic Guidelines For English Spellings
Holding or prepared for a party or celebration.‘parts of Yorkshire are already en fête, with bunting and banners and houses painted yellow or white with red spots’
- ‘the town is en fête for the weekend's activities’
- ‘France is en fête and free.’
- ‘The village was definitely en fête for the occasion - flags and bunting everywhere, street-side cafes - and for once the weather didn't let us down.’
- ‘The New York Museum of Modern Art, will this morning, be en fête.’
French, literally ‘in festival’.
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