Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • An obsolete form of fair.

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Examples

  • Kade, especially, was such a wonderful first protagonist with so much back/future story tied up in Fayre.

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  • Wokingham Lions Club is busy making its final preparations for the Fayre, which is supported by

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  • Despite the slowdown apparent from the latest figures, Whitbread—which also runs restaurant chains Beefeater and Brewers Fayre—said its expansion plans remain on track.

    U.K. Hotel Slowdown Hits Whitbread

  • At this frozen fairground you can marvel at international teams as they compete to carve the most stunning glacial wonders, play in the snow pit yes, adults too and warm your cockles with food and drink at the Frost Fayre.

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  • C.C. Benison's "Twelve Drummers Drumming" Delacorte, 374 pages, $24 is the first in another projected series whose holiday connotations come not from a seasonal setting—this English-village story takes place during a "May Fayre"—but from the name of its Anglican-vicar protagonist: Father Tom Christmas.

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  • What you are about to read is an account of the first circumcision witnessed by Marilyn Fayre Milos, during her training to become a nurse/midwife.

    The First Cut | Her Bad Mother

  • The company, which also runs Beefeater and Brewers Fayre pub restaurants, said it had seen demand soar for its £29-a-night weekend offer after its Premier Inn advertising campaign, fronted by comedian Lenny Henry

    Cost-conscious travellers boost Premier Inn owner Whitbread

  • The company, which also runs Beefeater and Brewers Fayre pub restaurants, said it had seen demand soar for its £29-a-night weekend offer after its Premier Inn advertising campaign, fronted by comedian Lenny Henry.

    Cost-conscious travellers boost Premier Inn owner Whitbread

  • Emails informed them that, in a marked falling-away from previous comforts, they will be staying at the local Premier Inn: you're only five minutes away from a bracing walk on the beach and there's an in-house Brewers Fayre restaurant, yet still the pampered NEC nabobs' resulting grumpiness won't go away.

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  • That's to allow "Reedies" (and their invited guests) to celebrate in private the end of their notoriously rigorous classes by blowing off steam at the college's annual "Renn Fayre" event, held this past weekend.

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