fair

good
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fair

[adj] - more than adequate in quality 2. [adj] - not excessive or extreme 3. [adj] - free from favoritism or self-interest or bias or deception 4. [adj] - (of a baseball) hit between the foul lines 5. [adj] - free of clouds or rain 6. [adj] - (used of hair or skin) pale or light-colored 7. [adj] - visually appealing 8...
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Fair

An event where employers market themselves to you! Employers have exhibition stands, often with recent graduates on hand to tell you about their company, vacancies, recruitment procedures etc.
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Fair

Fair (fâr) adjective [ Compar. Fairer ; superl. Fairest .] [ Middle English fair , fayer , fager , Anglo-Saxon fæger ; akin to Old Saxon & Old High German fagar , Icelandic fagr , Swedish ...
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Fair

Fair adverb Clearly; openly; frankly; civilly; honestly; favorably; auspiciously; agreeably. Fair and square , justly; honestly; equitably; impartially. [ Colloq.] -- To bid fair . See under Bid . -- To speak fair , to address with courtesy and f...
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Fair

Fair noun 1. Fairness, beauty. [ Obsolete] Shak. 2. A fair woman; a sweetheart. « I have found out a gift for my fair Shenstone. 3. Good fortune; good luck. « Now fair befall thee !» Shak. The fair ...
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Fair

Fair transitive verb 1. To make fair or beautiful. [ Obsolete] « Fairing the foul.» Shak. 2. (Shipbuilding) To make smooth and flowing, as a vessel's lines.
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Fair

Fair noun [ Middle English feire , Old French feire , French foire , from Latin fariae , plural, days of rest, holidays, festivals, akin to festus festal. See Feast .] 1. A gathering of buyers and sellers, assembled at a particular place with their me...
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fair

1. Free from spots, specks, dirt, or imperfection; unblemished; clean; pure. 'A fair white linen cloth.' (Book of Common Prayer) ... 2. Pleasing to the eye; handsome; beautiful. 'Who can not see many a fair French city, for one fair French made.' (Shak) ... 3. Without a dark hue; light; clear; as, a fair skin. 'The northern people large and fair-co...
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fair

fairish adjective (used of hair or skin) pale or light-colored; `a fair complexion`;
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fair

fairish adjective not excessive or extreme; `a fairish income`; `reasonable prices`
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fair

adjective free of clouds or rain; `today will be fair and warm`
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fair

noun a competitive exhibition of farm products; `she won a blue ribbon for her baking at the county fair`
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fair

verb join so that the external surfaces blend smoothly
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fair

adverb in conformity with the rules or laws and without fraud or cheating; `they played fairly`
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fair

noun a traveling show; having sideshows and rides and games of skill etc.
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Fair

• (n.) A fair woman; a sweetheart. • (adv.) Clearly; openly; frankly; civilly; honestly; favorably; auspiciously; agreeably. • (n.) Good fortune; good luck. • (superl.) Pleasing; favorable; inspiring hope and confidence; -- said of words, promises, etc. • (superl.) Distinct; legible; as, fair handwriting. • (superl.) F...
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fair

temporary market where buyers and sellers gather to transact business. A fair is held at regular intervals, generally at the same location and time ... [5 related articles]
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Fair

Fair is British slang for completely, thoroughly.
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Fair

Fair is British slang for completely, thoroughly.
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FAIR

This is a subjective description. Considered as pleasant weather conditions with regard to the time of year and the physical location.
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fair

fair, market exhibition at which producers, traders, and consumers meet either to barter or to buy and sell goods and services. Before the development of transportation and marketing, fairs furnished the primary opportunity for the exchange of merchandise, and served as centers of community social l...
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Fair

Fairs were periodical meetings of persons having goods or wares for sale in an open market held at a particular place, and generally for the transaction of a particular class of business. The origin of fairs is obviously to be traced to the convenience of bringing together at stated times the buyers and sellers of tlie stock-produce of a district. ...
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fair

somewhat (e.g. ‘fair taken wi’)
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Fair

To adjust to proper shape or size.
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