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  • Frank's fisher fishes on Friday for Frank's Friday fresh fried fish-fest.
    (by Steven Combs)
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Definition of -FEST

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  1. A festival, a fest; [used in names of events.]
  2. [informal] [Appended to a noun to denote a thing, especially an event or artistic work, characterized by the noun's referent.]

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Google previewAfter Glow (2004)

by Jayne Castle

"The other thing that makes a Council challenge duel a little different from your average Saturday-night back alley burn-fest is that you're talking about a match between two of the most powerful hunters in the whole damn Guild. Nobody gets ...

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My father was a promoter of Fresh Fest, and they needed an opening act. He got me a slot as a dancer. We tried it out the first time in Atlanta and the crowd went crazy. I was the opening clown. (Jermaine Dupri)
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