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Fainty: Feeble languid. [R.] Dryden.
Fair: A gathering of buyers and sellers, assembled at a particular place with their merchandise at a stated or regular season, or by special appointment, for trade. A fes
Fair amount
Fair amount: Equitable or just measure, reasonable quantity, moderate amount
Fair and square
Fair and square: Decently, fairly, impartially, justly, equally
Fair catch
Fair catch: A catch made by a player on side who makes a prescribed signal that he will not attempt to advance the ball when caught. He must not then be interfered with.
Fair competition
Fair competition: Contest played and judged according to the rules, contest equally fair to all sides
Fair consideration
Fair consideration: Appropriate recompense, fair reward or compensation
Fair deal
Fair deal: Agreement or contract equally fair to all sides, fair treatment
Fair game
Fair game: Animals that can be legally hunted object of ridicule
Fair play
Fair play: Playing or behaving according to the rules justice
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