Noun(1) a traveling show; having sideshows and rides and games of skill etc.(2) gathering of producers to promote business(3) a competitive exhibition of farm products(4) a sale of miscellany; often for charity
Verb(1) join so that the external surfaces blend smoothly
Adjective(1) free from favoritism or self-interest or bias or deception; conforming with established standards or rules(2) not excessive or extreme(3) very pleasing to the eye(4) (of a baseball(5) lacking exceptional quality or ability(6) attractively feminine(7) (of a manuscript(8) gained or earned without cheating or stealing(9) free of clouds or rain(10) (used of hair or skin
Adverb(1) in conformity with the rules or laws and without fraud or cheating(2) without favoring one party, in a fair evenhanded manner
(1) In fair weather, she could quite happily sit for hours amongst her flowers.(2) That means the rich don't get obscenely wealthy and the poor have a fair chance of good health, reasonable housing and a decent education.(3) There was a fair wind blowing now and the snow was starting to come down again.(4) As the work progressed, Marsh stalked its perimeter in fair weather or surveyed the site from the comfort of a warm room when it was raining or snowing.(5) He said the company's internal disciplinary hearings procedure have been found by the Labour Court to be fair and proper.(6) The role of government is to provide everyone with a fair chance to pursue success.(7) At Singhpora, as I sat in the booth, a tall, fair young man entered, got himself ink-marked but begged not to be forced to vote.(8) Mistry is also conducting a workshop at the trade fair , where this exhibition has been put up.(9) Colors are a bit faded, the image is a bit soft, and there is a fair amount of grain from the source elements.(10) Homemade jellies, pies and canned goods earned her ribbons at the county fair .(11) Children born in one of the industrialized countries have a fair chance of reaching an average 78 years of age.(12) Free and fair elections also include a well-informed electorate.(13) For blondes, chamomile can lighten fair hair when used as a rinse.(14) The work was said to be subject to fair weather conditions, in which case it would be carried out as soon as possible.(15) One room looked a bit like ballroom only much smaller - a fair amount of faux glitz on the walls, a decent amount of light and a trestle-tabled bar on one wall.(16) The suspect is said to be in his 50s, has a light complexion and fair hair and weighs about 185 pounds.
1. just ::
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5. pale ::
6. reasonable ::
7. middling ::
8. honest ::
9. fairish ::
10. bonny ::
11. clean ::
12. fairly ::
13. carnival ::
14. market ::
15. exhibition ::
16. bazaar ::
17. funfair ::
1. bleak ::
2. dirty ::
3. foul ::
4. nasty ::
5. overcast ::
6. rainy ::
7. raw ::
8. rough ::
9. turbulent ::
Different Formsfair, fairer, fairest, fairing, fairings, fairness, fairs
Word Example from TV Shows
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Two days, two grand.
That's totally FAIR.
Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 4
Fair wages for FAIR work.
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 3
I don't think it's FAIR to blame us...
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 6
How do you propose to find one?
Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 5
The Bear and the Maiden Fair.
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 8
English to Welsh Dictionary: fair
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