A traveling show; having sideshows and rides and games of skill etc..
Dutch: foor, kermis
Gathering of producers to promote business.
A competitive exhibition of farm products.
A sale of miscellany; often for charity.
Join so that the external surfaces blend smoothly.
Free from favoritism or self-interest or bias or deception; conforming with established standards or rules:
— A fair referee.
— Fair deal.
— On a fair footing.
— A fair fight.
— By fair means or foul.
Not excessive or extreme:
— A fairish income.
Very pleasing to the eye:
— Young fair maidens.
of a baseball Hit between the foul lines.
Lacking exceptional quality or ability:
— Only a fair performance of the sonata.
— In fair health.
Roget 643: unimportant; of little account, of small account, of no account, of little importance, of no importance etc. 642; immaterial; unessential, nonessential; indifferent. subordinate etc. ... show more
of a manuscript Having few alterations or corrections:
— Fair copy.
Gained or earned without cheating or stealing:
— An fair penny.
Free of clouds or rain.
used of hair or skin Pale or light-colored:
— A fair complexion.
In conformity with the rules or laws and without fraud or cheating:
— They played fairly.
Without favoring one party, in a fair evenhanded manner:
— Deal fairly with one another.
Moby thesaurus: Christian, Junoesque, Mardi Gras, OK, Saturnalia, Saturnian, acceptable, accommodating, adequate, admissible, advantageous, affable, affably, agreeable, agreeably, alabaster, alabastrine, albescent, all right, amiable ... show more.
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