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There was a procession at Newport, as everywhere else where the guests were feted.

He was the town favorite, feted, and in great demand everywhere.

The officers were feted and exultation and confidence filled every bosom.

In the next act Manon is the mistress of Brétigny, feted and admired by all.

He was courted, and feted, and made much of by rich and poor alike.

I was lionized, feted, petted, caressed by the social and literary world.

The most brilliant society in the capital listened to him and feted him.

At its production, just before his death, the author was feted as one of Russia's greatest dramatists.

Hence Spanish wars have been long and sanguinary butcheries, while their civil dissensions are the feted ferment of corruption.

He found himself at times wondering how he liked it so well, it was such a contrast to the feted courtier's life he led now.

WORD ORIGIN

1819, from fete (n.). Related: Feted; fetes; feting.

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