9 thoughts on “ Fare You Well

  1. Noun. 1. fare-thee-well - state of perfection; the utmost degree; "they polished the furniture to a fare-thee-well". flawlessness, ne plus ultra, perfection - the state of being without a flaw or defect. Based on WordNet , Farlex clipart collection. © Princeton University, Farlex Inc.
  2. to a fare-thee-well To the most extreme degree, especially a condition of perfection. For example, We've cleaned the house to a fare-thee-well, or He played the part of martyr to a fare-thee-well. This term first appeared as to a fare-you-well in the late s, and the more archaic-sounding present form replaced it about
  3. Fare you well my only true one. All the birds that were singing. Have flown except you alone. Goin to leave this Broke-down Palace. On my hands and my knees I will roll roll roll. Make myself a bed by the waterside. In my time - in my time - I will roll roll roll. In a bed, in a bed. by the waterside I will lay my head.
  4. a. fare b. fair. Answer: a. Explanation: Fare, in this context, means get along or do. The DailyWritingTips blog explains further: How Do You Fare? by Maeve Maddox. In an article about the different functioning of the two sides of the brain, I read this: People with this type of “wiring” usually fair very well in school due to the auditory rembderynaroso.sterolasesalplatpabesignpoommysqvo.co: Techtarget.
  5. noun. a state of perfection: The meal was done to a fare-thee-well. the maximum effect; fullest measure or extent: an actress who plays each scene to a fare-thee-well.
  6. "Fare Thee Well" (sometimes known as "The Turtle Dove") is an 18th-century English folk ballad, in which a lover bids farewell before setting off on a journey. The lyrics include a dialogue between the lovers.
  7. fare-you-well. n. informal chiefly US a state of perfection: the steak was cooked to a fare-thee-well. Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition © HarperCollins Publishers , , , , , , , , ,
  8. interjection goodby; may you fare well: Farewell, and may we meet again in happier times.
  9. ‘Farewell’ or sometimes ‘Fare thee well’ is a kind of ‘goodbye’. It means ‘may you continue doing well’ or ‘I wish you all the best’ (and said upon leaving, or saying goodbye to someone who is leaving), or ‘I hope your travels go well’. I hear it sometimes in .

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