In accordance with the rules or standards; legitimate
A gathering of stalls and amusements for public entertainment
Streamline (a vehicle, boat, or aircraft) by adding fairings
the courts were generally fair
a country fair
Unfair (often used in or as a petulant protestation)
Surpassingly or sublimely beautiful; (also occasionally as noun) that which is surpassingly or sublimely beautiful.
A good reputation
Completely and finally
A pitch delivered within the strike zone (now rare).
Written or printed matter transcribed or reproduced after final correction
An exceedingly unpleasant or disagreeable person, situation, etc.
A deal or transaction which is just or reasonable.
(Of brickwork) = fair-faced.
(With the or in plural) fairies collectively.
A person or thing that is considered a reasonable target for criticism, exploitation, or attack
One of the Shetland Islands, about halfway between Orkney and the main Shetland group
(With possessive pronoun) a woman who is the object of one's love or devotion (especially with allusion to chivalrous love); a man's wife or partner; now somewhat archaic.
Resembling or characteristic of a fair.
English regional (Cornwall). A pilchard preserved by curing.
Respect for the rules or equal treatment of all concerned
The amount of rent which a tenant may reasonably be expected to pay for the use of specified land or property; specifically (in the United Kingdom) that officially determined and registered by a rent office for a particular tenancy.
(In US copyright law) the doctrine that brief excerpts of copyright material may, under certain circumstances, be quoted verbatim for purposes such as criticism, news reporting, teaching, and research, without the need for permission from or payment to the copyright holder
An event at which people (especially students) looking for employment can meet potential employers and get information about particular types of work.
Observe principles of justice; avoid cheating
A fair at which pots and other crockery are sold.
Originally: a market for the sale of old clothes, held at Houndsditch in London; the name of the district occupied by this market (now historical). In later use (without capital initials): any such market.
An annual fair held locally on Rood day, either in May or September.
Used to request just treatment or assert that an arrangement is just
A fair at which cattle are sold.
A bazaar organized by a church, typically to raise money for charity or for the church itself.
Used to emphasize or seek confirmation of the genuineness or truth of something
Used to admit that something is reasonable or acceptable
A catch of a punt in which a player raises a hand and does not advance the ball
A smooth curve; especially (Nautical) one in the body of a ship.
An advocate of the Fair Deal reform programme proposed by President H. S. Truman in 1949.
A person who acts in a just and honest manner, especially in business dealings; a person who treats others fairly.
Of a person. (a) Having a beautiful or attractive face; beautiful, good-looking. (b) Having a fair or light-coloured complexion.
A piece of public or common grassy land situated in or near a town or village, especially one where a fair is traditionally held.
Having light-colored hair
Having beautiful, nicely shaped, or fair-skinned hands (in later use sometimes implying unfamiliarity with hard work); also figurative (now rare).
An officer whose job is to keep order a fair.
Non-violent methods, a peaceable course of action; (later) especially legitimate or honourable methods.
Impartial in judgment; just
Having a shape that is attractive, desirable, or fitting.
An equitable or reasonable portion or share of something; (more generally) a good number, a large amount, sometimes implying the amount is excessive or inordinate, especially in to have (or do,etc.) one's fair share.
Of a considerable though not outstanding size
(Of a person) courteous and pleasant
Trade in which fair prices are paid to producers in developing countries
US. Of a product: regulated by a Fair Trade Law. Now chiefly historical.