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infare

[ in-fair ]
/ ˈɪnˌfɛər /
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noun Older Use.
a party or reception for a newly married couple.
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Origin of infare

First recorded before 1000; Middle English infare, infer, infær “entrance, access”; Old English infǣr “a going in; entryway, entrance”; 1475–1500 for the sense “party or reception”; see in-1, fare
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