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county fair

noun
1.
a competitive exhibition of farm products, livestock, etc., often held annually in the same place in the county.
Origin of county fair
1835-1845
First recorded in 1835-45
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  • But lots and lots and lots of people come to the county fair from all over, don't they?

    Pee-wee Harris Percy Keese Fitzhugh
  • So then he told her how it was about the county fair, which shortly would open.

    Pee-wee Harris Percy Keese Fitzhugh
  • “It looks like a county fair exhibit, Dunne,” said a city-bred chap.

    David Dunne

    Belle Kanaris Maniates
  • A round-up always had more than a little of the character of a county fair.

  • She began talking in a shrill voice about her visit to the county fair.

  • Their father and mother had gone for the day to a county fair.

    Here and Now Story Book Lucy Sprague Mitchell
  • I saw you at the county fair, and bought a slab of ice-cream candy just before you did.

    Back Home Eugene Wood
  • They will tell you that these events at the county fair tend to improve the breed of horses.

    Back Home Eugene Wood

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