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Fairfax
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Fairfax: Name of an English aristocratic family name of several cities in the United States
Fairfield
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Fairfield: Name of several cities in various states of the USA family name
Fairily
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Fairily: In the manner of a fairy. Numerous as shadows haunting fairily The brain. Keats.
Fairing
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Fairing: A present originally, one given or purchased at a fair. Gay. Fairing box, a box receiving savings or small sums of money. Hannah More.
Fairish
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Fairish: Tolerably fair. [Colloq.] W. D. Howells.
Fairly
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Fairly: In a fairmanner clearly openly plainly fully 6. distinctly 7. frankly. Even the nature of Mr. Dimmesdales disease had never fairly been revealed to him. Hawthorne
Fairness
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Fairness: Decency, justice lightness, blondness beauty, attractiveness
Fairway
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Fairway: The navigable part of a river, bay, etc., through which vessels enter or depart the part of a harbor or channel ehich is kept open and unobstructed for the passa
Fairy
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Fairy: Of or pertaining to fairies. Given by fairies as, fairy money. Dryden. Fairy bird (Zo?l.), the Euoropean little tern (Sterna minuta) called also sea swallow, and h
Fairy godmother
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Fairy godmother: Benevolent enchantress (in fairy tales) generous friend or benefactor
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