fain fain  /ˈfeɪn/


  1. (adj) having made preparations
  2. (adv) in a willing manner



  • And if other nations stand aside from that troika that may be, not from respect, as the poets would fain believe, but simply from horror.


  • Four Fathers: East Jessamine softball winning with family bonding

    The three East Jessamine softball coaches, and scorekeeper Doug Fain, have the rare opportunity to work alongside their daughters on the diamond. Pictured from the left are Sarah and Anthony Rainwater, Brooke and Kevin Dennis, Haylee and Tom Hamm, and Doug and Haleigh Fain.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Jessamine Journal

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