Definition of fare-thee-well in English:

fare-thee-well

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(also fare-you-well)

noun

(in phrase to a fare-thee-well) US
To perfection; thoroughly: coated in aspic and decorated to a fare-thee-well
More example sentences
  • They suited her to a fare-thee-well, and her excellent pianist and the violist, too.
  • His painting adorns everything and has been art postered to a fare-thee-well.
  • An entrée of sliced duck breast, pan-sautéed with crushed black pepper, was black-peppered to a fare-thee-well, so that no other flavors had a chance.

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