5 letter words with ETE in the middle

The following list contains 7 five letter words in English

5 letter words with ETE in the middle in English

Common 5 letter words with ETE in the middle with meaning

Parts of Speech

fetes is a noun and a verb.


As a noun, fetes means a celebration or festival, typically outdoors and including stalls, entertainment, and refreshments. As a verb, it means to honor or entertain (someone) lavishly.


US: /ˈfeɪts/

UK: /ˈfɛts/

Origin and Usage

The word fetes comes from the French word "fête," which means "celebration" or "festival." It entered the English language in the mid-18th century. The noun form is commonly used to describe outdoor celebrations or festivals, while the verb form is used to describe the act of honoring or entertaining someone.


For the noun form: festival, celebration, fair, carnival, gala. For the verb form: honor, entertain, celebrate, commemorate, toast.

Related Words

beets, feted, fetes, leets, meets, sweet, teems, tweets

Example Sentences

As a noun: The towns annual fetes drew visitors from all over the country.

As a verb: The company feted its top performers with a lavish dinner and awards ceremony.

Parts of Speech

feted is a verb.


feted means to honor or celebrate someone or something.


US: /feɪtɪd/

UK: /feɪtɪd/

Origin and Usage

feted originated from the French word "fêter" which means "to celebrate". It is commonly used to describe the act of honoring or celebrating someone or something for their achievements or accomplishments. It is often used in a formal or celebratory context.

  • honored
  • celebrated
  • applauded
  • commended
  • lauded
Related Words
  • feast
  • fable
  • felon
  • flute
  • faith
Example Sentences
  • He was feted for his contributions to the field of science.
  • The actress was feted at the awards ceremony for her outstanding performance.
  • The team was feted with a parade after winning the championship.

Part of Speech: Noun

Definition: A leaf from the betel plant, used as a mild stimulant in many Asian cultures.

Pronunciations: US: /ˈbiː.təl/, UK: /ˈbe.təl/

Origin and Usage: The betel plant is native to Southeast Asia and is widely cultivated in many countries in the region. Betel leaves are commonly chewed as a mild stimulant, often in combination with areca nut and slaked lime. Betel has been used for centuries in traditional medicine for its purported medicinal properties, including as a digestive aid and as a treatment for various ailments.

Synonyms: Betel leaf, Piper betle, Paan

Related Words: Plant, Spice, Herb, Leafy, Chive

Example Sentences:

  1. Chewing betel leaves is a common practice in many Asian countries.
  2. He offered his guests some betel leaves as a sign of hospitality.
  3. Some studies suggest that betel may have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
  4. The betel plant is also known for its ornamental value, with its attractive heart-shaped leaves and fragrant flowers.