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|Fair ||phr||"All's Fair in Love and War" - vigorous competition is acceptable in emotionally-charged situations.
 
|Fair ||phr||"All's Fair in Love and War" - vigorous competition is acceptable in emotionally-charged situations.
 
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|Fair ||phr||"Be a Fair Weather Friend" - someone who is friendly when one is having good fortune. 2. one unreliable in troubled times.
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|Fair ||phr||"Be a Fair Weather Friend" - someone who is friendly when one is having good fortune. 2. one unreliable in troubled times.
 
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|Fair ||phr||"Be Fair Game" - a legitimate, or suitable object, object for exploitation, abuse, ridicule, teasing.
 
|Fair ||phr||"Be Fair Game" - a legitimate, or suitable object, object for exploitation, abuse, ridicule, teasing.
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|Fair-weathered ||adj||Suitable for use only during fair weather.
 
|Fair-weathered ||adj||Suitable for use only during fair weather.
 
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|Fair-weather friend ||n||One who is friendly, helpful, available only when it's advantageous or convenient to be so. 2. one unreliable in troubled time.
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|Fair-weather friend ||n||One who is friendly, helpful, available only when it's advantageous or convenient to be so. 2. one unreliable in troubled time.
 
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|Fair wind ||n||A favorable wind.
 
|Fair wind ||n||A favorable wind.
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|Far-down ||adj||Situated or existing below.
 
|Far-down ||adj||Situated or existing below.
 
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|Fare ||n||A going, journeying, course, passage, voyage. 2. expedition for a journey; the rigging out of a ship; apparel, belongings. 3. a road, track. 4. track or trace of a rabbit or hare. 5. a number of person prepared for a journey. 6. a troop, multitude; a swarm of flies. 7. a passage or excursion for which a price is paid; cost of conveyance (now of persons only), but formerly, also of money for goods transported. 8. passengers collectively, convoy of passengers that engage a vehicle plying for hire. 9. mode of proceeding, bearing, demeanor, appearance, aspect. 10. doings, proceedings, actions, fighting. 11. display, pomp, commotion, uproar, fuss. 12. condition, state or state of things, welfare of things, prosperity, success. 13. food, in regard to it's quality; supply or provision (abundance or scarcity)
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|Fare ||n||A going, journeying, course, passage, voyage. 2. expedition for a journey; the rigging out of a ship; apparel, belongings. 3. a road, track. 4. track or trace of a rabbit or hare. 5. a number of person prepared for a journey. 6. a troop, multitude; a swarm of flies. 7. a passage or excursion for which a price is paid; cost of conveyance (now of persons only), but formerly, also of money for goods transported. 8. passengers collectively, convoy of passengers that engage a vehicle plying for hire. 9. mode of proceeding, bearing, demeanour, appearance, aspect. 10. doings, proceedings, actions, fighting. 11. display, pomp, commotion, uproar, fuss. 12. condition, state or state of things, welfare of things, prosperity, success. 13. food, in regard to it's quality; supply or provision (abundance or scarcity)
 
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|Fare ||n||A farrow, a litter of pigs.
 
|Fare ||n||A farrow, a litter of pigs.
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|Far-end ||n||The extremities; the last stages of life, strength, resources.
 
|Far-end ||n||The extremities; the last stages of life, strength, resources.
 
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|Farer ||n||Voyager, tripper, distant traveler, seafarer, wayfarer, farfarer, far-goer.
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|Farer ||n||Voyager, tripper, distant traveler, seafarer, wayfarer, far-farer, far-goer.
 
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|Far-eyed ||adj||Far-sighted, far-seeing.
 
|Far-eyed ||adj||Far-sighted, far-seeing.
 
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|Farer ||n||Voyager, tripper, distant traveler, seafarer, wayfarer, farfarer.
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|Farer ||n||Voyager, tripper, distant traveler, seafarer, wayfarer, far-farer.
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|Fare-share ||n||A program designed to provide food for the needy.
 
 
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|Fare-thee-well ||n||Farewell; goodbye.
 
|Fare-thee-well ||n||Farewell; goodbye.
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|Fatherlandless ||adj||Unpatriotic. 2. stateless, born at sea, without a nationality.
 
|Fatherlandless ||adj||Unpatriotic. 2. stateless, born at sea, without a nationality.
 
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|Fatherless ||adj||Having no father. 2. without a living father. 3. of a book etc, without a known author, anonymous.
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|Fatherless ||adj||Having no father. 2. without a living father. 3. of a book etc, without a known author, anonymous.
 
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|Fatherlessness ||n||State or condition of being fatherless.
 
|Fatherlessness ||n||State or condition of being fatherless.
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