Beautiful, of a pleasing appearance, with a pure and fresh quality. (adjective)
Unblemished (figuratively or literally); clean and pure; innocent. (adjective)
Light in color, pale, particularly as regards skin tone but also referring to blond hair. (adjective)
Just, equitable. (adjective)
Adequate, reasonable, or decent. (adjective)
Favorable to a ship's course. (adjective)
Between the baselines. (adjective)
Something which is fair (in various senses of the adjective). (noun)
A woman, a member of the â€˜fair sexâ€™; also as a collective singular, women. (noun)
To smoothen or even a surface (especially a connection or junction on a surface). (verb)
To bring into perfect alignment (especially about rivet holes when connecting structural members). (verb)
To construct or design a structure whose primary function is to produce a smooth outline or reduce air drag or water resistance. (verb)
To make fair. (verb)
A community gathering to celebrate and exhibit local achievements. (noun)
An event for public entertainment and trade, a market. (noun)
An event for professionals in a trade to learn of new products and do business. (noun)
Examples of word fair
The merchant was generally offered a fair price for his bread or corn, and if he refused to accept it, rioters seized the goods, distributed them, and left the Â“fairÂ” price in exchange.
"None deserve the fair but the _brave_ [_deserve the fair_."] "They postpone the thing which [_they ought to do, and do not] but_ which [_thing_] they cannot avoid purposing to do."
He objects to the expression, "eyes so fair," saying _fair_ is a bad word for eyes.
Daura, my daughter, thou wert fair, Â—fair as the moon on Fura, white as the driven snow, sweet as the breathing gale.
River, which has since been "improved" out of existence, -- was a favorite place of resort with my old friend and his fair companion -- _fair_, no doubt she was, albeit her beauty was hidden from the vulgar gaze in the manner already indicated.