[fey-doh-doh] /ˌfeɪ doʊˈdoʊ/
noun, plural fais-dodos. Louisiana.
a country dance party.
[fe ta-kawn-plee] /fɛ ta kɔ̃ˈpli/ noun, plural faits accomplis [fe za-kawn-plee] /fɛ za kɔ̃ˈpli/ (Show IPA). French. 1. an accomplished fact; a thing already done: The enemy’s defeat was a fait accompli long before the formal surrender. /fɛt akɔ̃pli/ noun (pl) faits accomplis (fɛz akɔ̃pli) 1. something already done and beyond alteration n. French, literally […]
[fet voh zhœ] /ˈfɛt voʊ ˈʒœ/ French. 1. (especially in roulette) place your bets. /fɛt vo ʒø/ uknown 1. place your bets! (a phrase used by croupiers in roulette and other casino gambling games)
[feyth] /feɪθ/ noun 1. confidence or trust in a person or thing: faith in another’s ability. 2. belief that is not based on proof: He had faith that the hypothesis would be substantiated by fact. 3. belief in God or in the doctrines or teachings of religion: the firm faith of the Pilgrims. 4. belief […]
[feyth-beyst] /ˈfeɪθˌbeɪst/ adjective 1. affiliated with, supported by, or based on a religion or religious group: faith-based charities. adjective pertaining to a connection with a religion, faith, or belief system Examples Faith-based books are selling well.