"to a fair-thee-well"
Posted by ESC on April 24, 2006
In Reply to: "To a fair-thee-well" posted by htmck on April 24, 2006
: What exactly does the phrase "to a fair-thee-well" mean?
From Merriam-Webster online:
1 the utmost degree. Researched the story to a fare-thee-well.
2 : a state of perfection. Imitated the speaker's pompous manner to a fare-thee-well.
- "To a fare-thee-well" Smokey Stover 25/April/06