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|Fair ||phr||"Have the Fair of" - get the better of.
 
|Fair ||phr||"Have the Fair of" - get the better of.
 
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|Fair ||phr||"He who has a Fair Wife needs more than two eyes" - envy leads many to covet the wife of another man.
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|Fair ||phr||"He who has a Fair Wife needs more than two eyes" - envy leads many to covet the wife of another man.
 
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|Fair ||phr||"Keep fair with" - to be friendly with.
 
|Fair ||phr||"Keep fair with" - to be friendly with.
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|Fair field ||n||An equitable chance.
 
|Fair field ||n||An equitable chance.
 
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|Fair food ||n||Equity is an important principle for a successful food system; everyone must have equal access to healthy, safe, fresh food.
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|Fair food ||n||Equity is an important principle for a successful food system; everyone must have equal access to healthy, safe, fresh food.
 
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|Fair go ||n||A reasonably one equitable opportunity to attempt something. (informal Aust & NZ). 2. to desist in something thought to be outrageous.
 
|Fair go ||n||A reasonably one equitable opportunity to attempt something. (informal Aust & NZ). 2. to desist in something thought to be outrageous.
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|Fall-less ||adj||Having no Fall or Autumn. 2. fruit that stays on the vine. 3. aa boxer who cannot be knocked down.
 
|Fall-less ||adj||Having no Fall or Autumn. 2. fruit that stays on the vine. 3. aa boxer who cannot be knocked down.
 
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|Fall-line ||n||The brink of a plateau, as indicated by waterfalls. 2. a geomorphologic unconformity between an upland region of relatively hard crystalline basement rock and a coastal plain of softer sedimentary rock.
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|Fall-line ||n||The brink of a plateau, as indicated by waterfalls.
 
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|Fallness ||n||The state or condition of falling.
 
|Fallness ||n||The state or condition of falling.

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