Definition of fayre in English:

fayre

noun

British
  • pseudo-archaic spelling of fair and fare (sense 2 of the noun)
    • ‘We really want the fayre to involve everyone and we want to hear what people think.’
    • ‘The very successful part of the afternoon was the fayre in the College Hall.’
    • ‘The issue we've got at the moment is the actual date the turnstiles will go in - we're pushing to have it all in place before the fayre.’
    • ‘The fayre, which is being staged between 2pm and 4pm, will give residents the opportunity to meet councillors, youth workers, the police and other service providers in the area.’
    • ‘Large crowds of buyers, sellers and pleasure-seeking spectators attended the fayre.’

Pronunciation

fayre

/ˈfɛː/