Despite the enormous fanfare, the film was a failure.
Advanced English Dictionary
+noun 1[C] a short loud piece of music that is played to celebrate sb/sth important arriving: A fanfare of trumpets will sound for the Queen. 2[U, C] a large amount of activity and discussion on television, in newspapers, etc. to celebrate sb/sth: The new century will begin amid much fanfare worldwide. + Despite the fanfare of publicity that accompanied its launch, his latest novel sold only a few hundred copies.
Collocation Dictionary noun
(often figurative) The new building was opened with great fanfare in January 1895.
VERB + FANFARE
FANFARE + VERB
A trumpet fanfare sounded and the procession began.
a fanfare of trumpets
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