What is another word for fair?

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Adjective
Treating people equally without favoritism or discrimination
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“I trust you will leave your biases aside and come to a fair resolution on this matter.”
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Considerable though not outstanding in size or amount
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“The guests appear to be satisfied after having a fair amount to eat and drink this evening.”
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Young and beautiful
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“Its silver reflection lay delicately on the calm waters, like the shimmering gown of a fair maiden.”
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Cloudless and sunny
“During fair weather, the birds will roost in hardwood knolls and the edges of hillside benches.”
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Performed according to the rules
“He finished his career as a player who was always respected for his fair play.”
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Justified by accepted standards of right and wrong
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“Most considered his dismissal fair given his repeated transgressions.”
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To an absolute degree
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“It would take a fair miracle now for us to finish this project on time.”
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(of hair) Of a bleached or pale golden (light yellowish) color
“She quickly scanned the merry faces, looking for one with light skin and fair hair.”
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Faded or pale in hue
“Isla wasn't a fan of sunlight and consequently retained much of her fair complexion.”
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Inspiring or feeling hope and optimism
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“I think you will have a fair chance of passing your exam if you start cramming now.”
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In one's favor
“Our voyage across the channel was helped by fair winds and calm waters.”
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Free from stain (literally or figuratively)
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“These false accusations have besmirched my fair name.”
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(of colours) Having a restrained or non-vibrant quality
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(British, of prices) Extremely low in price as to be competitive
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Having sound or fair judgment based on good sense
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Denotes kindness and generosity
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Conclusive or definitive
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Having a reasonable chance of success
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Showing willingness to allow the existence of opinions or behaviour that one does not necessarily agree with
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Competent or reliable in nature
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Providing a faithful representation of someone or something
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Showing no concern or interest
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Relating to the historical concept of chivalry
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(of a colour or a person's complexion) Bright or healthy in appearance
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Characterized by a low level of excellence
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Not varying or fluctuating greatly
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Calm and undisturbed in manner or nature
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Of or relating to comparison
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Not ostentatious
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Delicious and pleasing to taste
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Honest and frank
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Characterized by a pale greyish white color, tinted with blue
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An exhibition to promote particular products
“There's an art fair in town at the moment with some incredible pieces from local artists.”
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A gathering of stalls and amusements for public entertainment
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“The annual spring fair will feature all the usual rides along with much fun and laughter.”
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A periodic gathering for the sale of goods
“Expect an incredible range of products for sale at this month's local fair.”
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Collection of stores in one place
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Cowboy exhibition
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An event intended to raise money
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In accordance to the rules or law
“You must play fair or risk getting disqualified.”
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(British) Almost to the same level, amount or degree
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“It fair takes your breath away to witness the beauty of nature.”
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To a great or extreme degree