American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A region of eastern Scotland between the Firths of Forth and Tay. It was once a Pict kingdom.
“As Ryan jotted the name Fife in his spiral, I noted applications.”
“I think she will just about manage to see off Professor Chris Harvie, but another very close race in Fife is expected.”
“Barney Fife is an idiot, liar, and should be railroaded out of DC.”
“He's becalmed in Fife now, a long way from the rattle of polyhedral dice and the clink of pint glasses that defined our shared youth.”
“Kenny McCaffrey from Cupar in Fife and Malcolm Hutcheon from Insch in Aberdeenshire will help train a group of Harlem high school pupils in masonry.”
“Barney Fife is the redneck version of Inspector Cluesue, and Fife is only a deputy, compared to Cluesue's more exalted position, which of course is only a farce.”
“At least it seems Central Fife is going to the SNP ....”
“If Fife is the tightest region, Aberdeen is competing for the least surprising.”
“We used it here in Fife, Scotland tonight with the family and everyone really enjoyed the naan with my son's chicken curry.”
“The 1100 people are supposed to be "minority and low-income voters" (you know victim class) and they have a UPS records showed the package was initially picked up in Fife at 2: 05 p.m. Oct. 6.”
‘Fife’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for Fife.