Meaning of FAIR in English

FAIR

I. adjective Etymology: Middle English fager, ~, from Old English fæger; akin to Old High German fagar beautiful Date: before 12th century pleasing to the eye or mind especially because of fresh, charming, or flawless quality, superficially pleasing ; specious , 3. clean , pure , clear , legible , not stormy or foul ; fine , ample , 6. marked by impartiality and honesty ; free from self-interest, prejudice, or favoritism , b. conforming with the established rules ; allowed, consonant with merit or importance ; due , open to legitimate pursuit, attack, or ridicule , 7. promising , likely , favorable to a ship's course , free of obstacles, not dark , 10. sufficient but not ample ; adequate , moderately numerous, large, or significant , being such to the utmost ; utter , ~ness noun Synonyms: see: ~ see: beautiful II. noun Date: before 12th century beauty , ~ness, something that is ~ or fortunate, woman , III. adverb Date: before 12th century in a ~ manner , ~ly 3 , IV. verb Date: 1819 intransitive verb clear , transitive verb to join so that the external surfaces blend smoothly, V. noun see: feast Date: 13th century a gathering of buyers and sellers at a particular place and time for trade, 2. a competitive exhibition usually with accompanying entertainment and amusements , an exhibition designed to acquaint prospective buyers or the general public with a product , an exposition that promotes the availability of services or opportunities , a sale of assorted articles usually for a charitable purpose

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