We hold a book fair every summer to raise funds for thechildren's programs. I thought that you would rue it; I doubted you'd do it. Whereas others are instructed in their native language English people aren't. It is all fair: because you have not acknowledged to me that little. And when at last the dance was done, He glowed as if he knew he'd won! If I myself were fair, why should not fairness as well be given to me? By half-past nine on the morning of the 18th we had made a fair start. .
As a verb, when used in conjunction with an object, fair means to make a connection of surfaces even. Henry You'd think they'd never seen a lady before. That is picturesque which would make a striking picture. Never leaving us alone, Never have I ever known A ruder pest Fin'lly I decided it was foolish Not to let him have his chance with her. ! Justness refers rather to logical relations than to practical matters; as, we speak of the justness of a statement or of a criticism. Fair implies the treating of all sides alike, justly and equitably: a fair compromise. Handsome is a term far inferior to beautiful; we may even say a handsome villain.
In personal and social relations justice is the rendering to every one what is due or merited, whether in act, word, or thought; in matters of reasoning, or literary work of any kind, justice is close, faithful, unprejudiced, and unbiased adherence to essential truth or fact; we speak of the justice of a statement, or of doing justice to a subject. Rest of Servants Simultaneously Congratulations, Professor Higgins! The sporting senses fair ball, fair catch etc. Pickering You should have heard the ooh's and ah's; Ev'ry one wondering who she was. First record of fair-weather friends is from 1736. Pulcher or Formosus -- pretty, beautiful, handsome -- fair as in 'a fair maiden'. The noun fair is a word for a gathering held forthe buying and selling of goods; an exhibition, as of farm productsand homemade goods, often accompanied by various competitions andentertainments; exhibition intended to inform … people about aproduct or business opportunity; an event, usually for the benefitof a charity or public institution. So I stepped aside and let him dance with her.
Fair play is from 1590s; fair and square is from c. The adjective fairdescribes a noun as treating people equally without favouritism ordiscrimination; a light complected or blond haired; considerablethough not outstanding in size or amount a fair amount ; fine and dry weather. Servants Congratulations, Professor Higgins, For your glorious victory! Fair denotes what is bright, smooth, clear, and without blemish; as, a fair face. Not that in reality the odious epithet could, with any fairness, be applied to me. As the name of a system of law, 1590s, from Roman naturalis aequitas, the general principles of justice which corrected or supplemented the legal codes. You said that you would do it, And indeed you did.
Words popularity by usage frequency rank word 234 332 1667 1818 2276 2555 4193 5004 6824 9875 10344 13198 13655 13827 17802 17844 19510 24979 39237 41680 46855 74755 85657 89830 93289 101912 110682 118700 138911 172726 207991 218350 240992 246655 Visual Synonyms of fairness. Never was there a momentary lull Henry Shortly after we came in I saw at once we'd easily win; And after that I found it deadly dull. This evening, sir, you did it! The buildings are also in need of repair. The estimate for the repairs total over 50 million dollars. Equity is a great example of a word that started out with a general sense that developed more specific senses over time, while still retaining the original meaning.
Candidus -- radiant, unclouded, pale -- fai … r as in 'fair skin'. That is handsome which is not only superficially pleasing, but well and harmoniously proportioned, with usually the added idea that it is made so by art, breeding, or training; as, a handsome horse; a handsome house. Give credit where it's due, A lot of the glory goes to you. I must have aged a year tonight. Integrity, rectitude, right, righteousness and virtue denote conformity of personal conduct to the moral law, and thus necessarily include justice, which is giving others that which is their due.
Fair, impartial, disinterested, unprejudiced refer to lack of bias in opinions, judgments, etc. For days a cloud hung over the fair image of Hester in his mind. There is no meaning to any of the letters. You can complete the list of synonyms of fairness given by the English Thesaurus dictionary with other English dictionaries: Wikipedia, Lexilogos, Oxford, Cambridge, Chambers Harrap, Wordreference, Collins Lexibase dictionaries, Merriam Webster. We know that we have said it, But-you did it and the credit For it all belongs to you! He had just listened to Senator Wilson, and had been surprised by his fairness and frankness. Ev'ry trick that he could play, He used to strip her mask away.
I said to him: You did it! There is very little parking. The word fair is a noun , an adjective , and an adverb not averb. But of course it will be only fair to sis to lay the matter before her just as it is. At the same time, equity started popping up in terms of stock and asset ownership. By themselves, they simply indicate what sound you're supposed to make.
They thought she was ecstatic And so damned aristocratic, And they never knew That you Did it! Impartial, like fair, implies showing no more favor to one side than another, but suggests particularly a judicial consideration of a case: an impartial judge. The adverb fair modifies a verb, an adjective, oranother adverb as without cheating or trying to achieve unjustadvantage. Iustus -- just, lawful, proper -- fair as in 'a fair trial'. Only the words that are made up of them do. He was there, all right.
Beautiful has the further limit of not transcending our powers of appreciation. The McVeigh men were all dark, down to Kenneth, and he gets his fairness from your ma. Dictionary of English Synonymes 0. At times I thought I'd die of fright. The state fair is currently at a location that includes roughly 150 acres of land. Oozing charm from ev'ry pore He oiled his way around the floor. As sturdy as Gibraltar, Not a second did you falter.