fair (adv.) Old form(s): faire
well, nobly, beautifully
1H4 III.i.136[Glendower to all] The moon shines fair [i.e. brightly]
Cym V.iv.49[Sicilius, to music, of Posthumus] Great nature, like his ancestry, / moulded the stuff so fair
Ven.744[Venus to Adonis] grief and damned despair, / Swear Nature's death for framing thee so fair
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