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no fair

Definition of no fair in English:

North American informal Unfair (often used in or as a petulant protestation): no fair—we’re the only kids in the whole school who don’t get to watch TV on school nights
More example sentences
  • Now, it's no fair to say you're no Ted Koppel, but the interview sort of moved on.
  • Please note that it is no fair to throw banana peels in hopes of playing the rescuing hero.
  • Nancy called, ‘Hey, no fair! ‘and tried to track him with the pistol while at the same time regaining her balance.’
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