fair

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fair is one of the 1000 most common headwords.
fair

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Positive
fair

Comparative
fairer

Superlative
fairest

  1. Something is fair when it seems right or is done for a good purpose.
    A law is fair when good people are not hurt by it.
    To pay every person the same for working on the same job is only fair.
  2. Those people who have light skin color are called fair.
    He was fair skin, because he never went into the sun.
  3. If the weather is fair, it is good and it is not raining. If it is day, the sun can be seen.
  4. If dice are fair any number has an equal chance of coming up.

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Singular
fair

Plural
fairs

  1. A fair is a special event where people come to have fun and learn something.
    There are games and shows at the fair that is held every year.