Of light complexion: fair skin.
Free of clouds or storms; clear and sunny: fair skies.
Free of blemishes or stains; clean and pure: one's fair name.
Promising; likely: We're in a fair way to succeed.
Having or exhibiting a disposition that is free of favoritism or bias; impartial: a fair mediator.
Just to all parties; equitable: a compromise that is fair to both factions.
Being in accordance with relative merit or significance: She wanted to receive her fair share of the proceeds.
Consistent with rules, logic, or ethics: a fair tactic.
Moderately good; acceptable or satisfactory: gave only a fair performance of the play; in fair health.
Superficially true or appealing; specious: Don't trust his fair promises.
Lawful to hunt or attack: fair game.
Archaic Free of all obstacles.
In a proper or legal manner: playing fair.
Directly; straight: a blow caught fair in the stomach.
To join (pieces) so as to be smooth, even, or regular: faired the aircraft's wing into the fuselage.
Archaic A beautiful or beloved woman.
Obsolete Loveliness; beauty.
off Chiefly Southern U.S. To become clear. Used of weather.
fair and square Just and honest.
for fair To the greatest or fullest extent possible: Our team was beaten for fair in that tournament.
no fair Something contrary to the rules: That was no fair.
A gathering held at a specified time and place for the buying and selling of goods; a market.
An exhibition, as of farm products or manufactured goods, usually accompanied by various competitions and entertainments: a state fair.