Meaning of FAIR in English


adj. 1 impartial, even-handed, disinterested, equitable, just, unprejudiced, unbiased, objective, Colloq square Judge Leaver is known for his fair decisions We are counting on your sense of fair play. 2 honest, above-board, honourable, lawful, trustworthy, legitimate, proper, upright, straightforward He won the trophy in a fair fight 3 light, blond(e), fair-haired, flaxen-haired, tow-headed, tow-haired; light-complexioned, peaches and cream, rosy; unblemished, clear, spotless, immaculate She has fair hair and fair skin 4 satisfactory, adequate, respectable, pretty good, tolerable, passable, all right, average, decent, middling, reasonable, comme ci, comme ça, not bad; mediocre, indifferent, Colloq so so, OK or okay The performance was fair but not outstanding 5 favourable, clear, sunny, fine, dry, bright, cloudless, pleasant, halcyon, benign Fair weather is promised for tomorrow's picnic 6 unobstructed, open, clear, free Every spectator has a fair view of the football field 7 attractive, good-looking, handsome, comely, pretty, beautiful, pulchritudinous, lovely, beauteous Faint heart never won fair lady 8 civil, courteous, polite, gracious, agreeable She was not deceived by his fair words

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