Homophones for fade, fayed

fade / fayed [feid]

fade – v. intr. & tr.– 1. to lose freshness, vigor, vitality, or health: languish, wither, droop; 2. to undergo a loss of appeal, vitality, colour or attractiveness; 3. to lose strength, consequence or effectiveness; 4. make a gradual change to another condition, colour, state

fayed – v. past tense of fay – (often used with in, into, with, or together) to fit, fasten, or join closely together or nicely, especially against something else (as a surface)