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fie

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interjection \ˈfī\

Definition of fie

  1. —used to express disgust or disapproval



Examples of fie

  1. <fie! you expect me to believe that sorry excuse?>

  2. <fie on anyone who disagrees!>



Origin of fie

Middle English fi, from Anglo-French


First Known Use: 14th century

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