fare-you-well

  • 1 fare-you-well — noun see fare thee well …

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  • 2 fare-you-well — noun see fare thee well …

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  • 3 fare-thee-well — ☆ fare thee well [fer′thē wel′] n. the highest or ultimate degree: usually in the phrase to a fare thee well: also fare you well …

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  • 4 fare-thee-well — fare′ thee well n. 1) a state of perfection 2) the maximum effect; fullest measure or extent Sometimes, fare′ you well . Etymology: 1770–80 …

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  • 5 fare-thee-well — noun state of perfection; the utmost degree they polished the furniture to a fare thee well • Hypernyms: ↑perfection, ↑flawlessness, ↑ne plus ultra * * * noun or fare you well als …

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  • 6 fare-thee-well — also fare you well noun Date: 1884 1. the utmost degree < researched the story to a fare thee well > 2. a state of perfection < imitated the speaker s pompous manner to a fare thee well > …

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  • 7 fare-thee-well — /fair dhee wel /, n. 1. a state of perfection: The meal was done to a fare thee well. 2. the maximum effect; fullest measure or extent: an actress who plays each scene to a fare thee well. Also, fare you well /fair yooh wel /. * * * …

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  • 8 fare-thee-well — (also fare you well) noun (in phr. to a fare thee well) US to perfection; thoroughly …

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  • 9 Fare Thee Well (song) — Fare Thee Well (or Ten Thousand Miles ) is an Eighteenth century folk ballad, in which a lover bids farewell before setting off on a journey. The lyrics include a dialogue between the lovers. The first published version of the song appeared in… …

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  • 10 Fare Thee Well (poem) — Fare Thee Well is an 1816 poem by George Gordon Byron, 6th Baron Byron.BackgroundLord Byron married and fathered a child with Annabella Milbanke in 1815, but they separated in 1816. In March of that year, Byron composed Fare Thee Well and… …

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  • 11 to a fare-thee-well — adverb To the greatest extent or to completion; to a state of refinement or perfection. Shes all dolled up to a fare you well to night, continued Clark. See Also: fare thee well, fare thee well …

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  • 12 fare|well — «FAIR WEHL», interjection, noun, adjective, verb. –interj. 1. good by; good luck. 2. an expression of good wishes at parting. ╂[contraction of fare you well] –n. 1. good by; …

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  • 13 You Could Have It So Much Better — Studio album by Franz Ferdinand Released 3 October 2005 …

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  • 14 fare — I UK [feə(r)] / US [fer] noun Word forms fare : singular fare plural fares ** 1) [countable] the money that you pay for a journey She had argued with a cab driver after refusing to pay her fare. air/bus/train/taxi fare: Have you given the kids… …

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  • 15 You Light Up My Life (song) — Not to be confused with Carole King s song from her album Fantasy . Infobox Single Name = You Light Up My Life Artist = Debby Boone from Album = You Light Up My Life A side = B side = Hasta Mañana Released = 1977 Format = Recorded = Genre = Pop… …

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  • 16 Fare — (f[^a]r), v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Fared}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Faring}.] [AS. faran to travel, fare; akin to OS., Goth., & OHG. faran to travel, go, D. varen, G. fahren, OFries., Icel., & Sw. fara, Dan. fare, Gr. ????? a way through, ??????? a ferry,… …

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  • 17 fare — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 money paid to travel by bus, taxi, etc. ADJECTIVE ▪ expensive, high ▪ cheap, low ▪ adult (esp. BrE), full, normal …

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  • 18 fare — fare1 [ fer ] noun ** 1. ) count the money you pay for a trip: She had argued with a cab driver after refusing to pay her fare. air/bus/train/taxi fare: Have you given the kids their bus fare? a ) a passenger in a taxi 2. ) uncount FORMAL the… …

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  • 19 fare — [[t]fe͟ə(r)[/t]] ♦♦♦ fares, faring, fared 1) N COUNT A fare is the money that you pay for a journey that you make, for example, in a bus, train, or taxi. He could barely afford the railway fare. ...taxi fares. 2) N UNCOUNT The fare at a… …

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  • 20 fare — fare1 [feə US fer] n [: Old English; Origin: faru journey ] 1.) the price you pay to travel somewhere by bus, train, plane etc bus/train/air/cab fare ▪ Air fares have shot up by 20%. half fare/full fare ▪ Children under 14 travel half fare. see… …

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