fiesta[ fee-es-tuh; Spanish fyes-tah ]SEE DEFINITION OF fiesta
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FIESTA
Once a year there is a village festival or "fiesta" in his or her honor.
The vigilant animal had also gone to the fiesta with the family.
Though the field-sports were over, the fiesta of San Juan was not yet ended.
It was his bold luck on the day of the fiesta that had enabled him to provide such a stock.
On the second day after the fiesta there was a small dining party at the Presidio.
There are but the three, mother, sister, and brother—the same you saw at the fiesta.
Mayhap it was as well for Carlos that the sports were now ended, and the fiesta about to close.
It was the same by which Carlos had ascended to perform his great feat on the day of the fiesta.
The mestizo had been to the fiesta as well as his master, and his keen eyes had been busy on that day.
It was evident to all that the delights of the Fiesta were beginning to tell on the old man.
1844, Spanish, literally "feast" (see feast (n.)).