fair (adj.) Old form(s): faire
legitimate, lawful, proper
KJ V.ii.4[Lewis the Dauphin to Melun, of a treaty with the English lords] having our fair order written down
RJ II.iii.15[Friar alone, of natural things] Nor aught so good but, strained from that fair use, / Revolts from true birth
WT II.i.150.1[Antigonus to Leontes, of Antigonus' daughters] I had rather glib myself than they / Should not produce fair issue
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