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Life is not always fair.
Everyone has a right to a fair trial.
free and fair elections
It wouldn't be fair to the others if she is paid more.
We aim to provide healthy food at fair prices.
It is not fair to attack his personal life in this way.
We walked 3 miles to school, which is a fair distance.
I had a fair idea of what he was going to say next.
She had to admit she'd been defeated fair and square.
Fair do's, they've worked hard to get where they are, but they're still grossly overpaid.
Fair's fair, I had the car yesterday so you can have it today.
I give you my word that everything you say will remain confidential. I can't say fairer than that.
It's a fair bet that most people will get a cold at some point during the winter.
I think it's fair to say that people are not happy about this tax rise.
It is only fair to let him go.
It's only fair that I should pay half of the cost.
If people are not going to play fair, we are going to have to lay down the law.
I'm confident we are set fair for a good recovery.
I have never liked their music, although, to be fair, millions of people disagree with me.
This is the British English definition of fair. View American English definition of fair.