Definition of fie in English:

fie

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Pronunciation: /fʌɪ
 
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exclamation

archaic or humorous
Used to express disgust or outrage: Alas, my lord, that you should confuse your bride with another. Fie, I say!
More example sentences
  • So fie, for shame, and I declare myself rededicated to this humble art, even to the extent of journaling at work.
  • Pressing the worry lines from his face, Broder shouts fie on the do-nothing Congress and demands an end to partisan bickering.
  • Thanks to everyone who wrote to say fie upon the mean lady.

Origin

Middle English: via Old French from Latin fi, an exclamation of disgust at a stench.

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