fair (n.) Old form(s): faire
fortune, happiness, favour
KJ I.i.78[Bastard to King John, of being conceived] Fair fall the bones that took the pains for me!
R2 II.i.129[John of Gaunt to King Richard] My brother Gloucester ... / Whom fair befall in heaven
R3 I.iii.281[Queen Margaret to Buckingham] fair befall thee and thy noble house!
R3 III.v.46[Lord Mayor to Richard and Buckingham] Now fair befall you!
TC III.i.43[Pandarus to Paris] Fair be to you, my lord
TS V.ii.110[Baptista to Petruchio] Now fair befall thee
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