Synonyms of fair in English:

fair1

adjective

  • 1 the courts were generally regarded as fair
    [Antonyms] unfair
  • 2 I am hoping for fair weather for next week's trip
    fine, dry, bright, clear, sunny, sunshiny, sunlit, cloudless, without a cloud in the sky; warm, balmy, summery, clement, benign, agreeable, pleasant, good
    [Antonyms] inclement
  • 3 their voyage was helped by fair winds and calm seas
    favourable, advantageous, helpful, benign, beneficial; opportune, timely; on one's side, in one's favour
    [Antonyms] unfavourable
  • 4 she had fair curling hair
    blond(e), yellow, yellowish, golden, flaxen, light, light brown, light-coloured, strawberry blonde, tow-coloured, platinum, ash blonde, bleached, bleached-blonde, sun-bleached, peroxide, bottle-blonde; fair-haired, light-haired, golden-haired, flaxen-haired, tow-headed
    [Antonyms] dark, brunette
  • 5 Belinda's skin was very fair
    [Antonyms] dark
  • 6 archaic he won the fair maiden's heart See beautiful
  • 7 scoring twenty points was a fair achievement
    reasonable, passable, tolerable, satisfactory, acceptable, respectable, decent, all right, good enough, goodish, pretty good, not bad, moderate, average, middling, ample, adequate, sufficient
    informal OK, okay, so-so, fair-to-middling
  • Phrases

    fair and square

    I won the race fair and squarehonestlyfairlywithout cheatingwithout foul playby the bookaccording to the rulesin accordance with the ruleslawfullylegallylicitlylegitimately informalon the levelNorth American informalon the up and up

    fair play

    she had a clear sense of fair playjusticejustnessfair-mindednessequityequitablenesseven-handednessimpartialitylack of prejudiceopen-mindedness

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    Synonyms of fair in English:

    fair2

    noun

  • 1 an English country fair
    fete, gala, festival, carnival, funfair
  • 2 a local antiques fair
    market, bazaar, mart, exchange, sale; open-air market, indoor market, flea market
    archaic emporium
  • 3 Manchester is to host a new British art fair
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