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fare–thee–well

noun \ˈfer-(ˌ)thē-ˌwel\

Definition of FARE-THEE-WELL

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>

Variants of FARE-THEE-WELL

fare–thee–well also fare–you–well \-yə-, -yü-, -yē-\

First Known Use of FARE-THEE-WELL

1884

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