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fate (FAYT) (noun)
The force, principle, or power that is thought to predetermine events: It is the fate of teachers to always have to correct exams and record grades.
fete (FAYT, FET) (noun)
A feast or festival: Merlin had a big fete to celebrate the beginning of the New Year with his friends.

Imogene's sister sighed, "I am convinced that it is my fate to be the crowned queen of the fete this year."

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feat (FEET) (noun)
An act of bravery, skill, endurance, or ingenuity: The feat of the first man to walk on the surface of the moon will not soon be forgotten.
feet (FEET) (noun)
The plural form of "foot"; the part of a person's body on which he/she stands or walks: Was it Napoleon who said that an army marched on its stomach as well as using its feet?
fete (FAYT, FEET) (verb)
To honor someone or to celebrate something with a big party or public event: The university decided to fete the winning football team with a parade.
fete (FAYT, FEET) (noun)
A festival or feast; an elaborate, often outdoor entertainment: The community decided to have a fete to celebrate the charity work done over the years by a group of dedicated volunteers.

It was an extraordinary feat when Georgina danced in her bare feet during the dance competition at the fete. In fact, the judges decided to fete her and gave her a coupon to buy a new pair of shoes for her feet.

Word Entries at Get Words: “fete
fete (s) (noun), fetes (pl)
A party, often held outside, to celebrate an important occasion or to honour an individual: Lady Monde attended several fetes during the summer, especially during the harvest season.
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fete (verb), fetes; feted; feting
To entertain or to please others with a gathering: The hockey team was feted at the town arena after winning the tournament.
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