Beautiful; comely; free from disfigurement or incongruity; pleasing to the eye: as, a fair landscape.Free from imperfections or blemish; pure, clean, unspotted, untarnished, etc.; free from anything that might impair the appearance, quality, or character; not foul: as, a fair copy; fair skies; fair fame.Of a light hue; clear in color; not dusky or sallow; not discolored: as, a fair skin or complexion; fair hair; the English are a fair race.Free from obscurity or doubt; clear; distinct; positive; direct: as, to get a fair view of a prospect; to take a fair aim.Marked by favoring conditions; affording ample facility or advantage; unobstructed; favorable: as, a fair field and no favor; a fair mark; in a fair way to success; a fair subject of ridicule.Comparatively favorable or propitious; not obstructive or forbidding; moderately fit or suitable: as, fair weather (as distinguished from clear or foul weather).Free from guile, harm, or injustice; not wrongful, erroneous, or blameworthy; impartial; honest; equitable: used both of persons and of things: as, fair dealing; a fair debater; a fair decision.Comparatively good or satisfactory; passably or moderately good; free from serious defect; not undesirable, but not excellent: as, a fair income; a fair appearance; he bears a fair reputation.Of favorable bearing or import; manifesting or expressing proper feelings or intentions; not harsh or repellent; plausible: as, a fair seeming; to be fair in speech.Gracious; kind.Level; parallel, as a wall.Blond, etc. See white.Open, Frank, etc. See candid.n. A fair or beautiful woman; in general, a woman, especially a beloved woman.n. Fairness; beauty.Kindly; civilly; complaisantly; courteously.Honorably; honestly.Auspiciously; favorably; happily.Fairly; clearly.Correctly; straight or direct, as in aiming or hitting.To make fair or beautiful.Nautical, to adjust; make regular, or fair and smooth; specifically, to form in correct shape, as the timbers of a ship.To become fair or beautiful.To clear up; cease raining: applied to the weather, in reference to preceding rain: followed commonly by up or off.n. A stated market in a particular town or city; a regular meeting of buyers and sellers for trade.n. An occasional joint exhibition of articles for sale or inspection; a sale or an exhibition of goods for the promotion of some public interest or the aid of some public charity (see bazaar, 2): as, an agricultural fair; a church fair.n. Market; chance of selling.n. Doing; action; affair.Same as fare.