He was a seven-months child, and there was no fanfare of welcome at his coming.
Now, near sunset, there was the fanfare for officers' orders for the next day.
It was the air which had saluted their betrothal like a fanfare.
The fanfare is with reference to the French pot-au-feu (see p. 649).
A fanfare of cornets; and from the wings a supple, dark girl bounded.