fanfarenoun [ C ]uk /ˈfæn.feər/ us /ˈfæn.fer/
Examples from literature
- A leader blew a brilliant fanfare on an embossed, silver horn.
- At the sound of a fanfare of trumpets I was to go into the theatre preceded by a line of pages, and accompanied by my husband.
- Coming on to the ground, the French trumpeters blew a lively fanfare which was followed by a roll of drums.
- The lively fanfare of the dinner trumpet failed to fill the saloon.
- There was a magnificent soldier chorus and the fanfare of drums and trumpets.