Fair in a sentence

Definition of Fair

(literary or archaic) Beautiful, of a pleasing appearance, with a pure and fresh quality. | Unblemished (figuratively or literally); clean and pure; innocent. | Light in color, pale, particularly as regards skin tone but also referring to blond hair.

Short Example Sentence for Fair

  • 1. All my fair hopes quite blasted!
  • 2. She made no more than her fair share of mistakes.
  • 3. And now, do we seem to have gained a fair notion of being?
  • 4. At Ralung we got a fair haul.
  • 5. I don't know, that that's quite fair to the other.
  • 6. The fair Venetian shuddered as she heard these tales.
  • 7. The fair Venetian looked round fearfully and turned pale.
  • 8. The Englishman now sought the fair Venetian.
  • 9. How happy she looked; how passing fair with that faint flush!
  • 10. Pete-jong, fair and romantic from the outside, is the reverse within.
  • 11. We found some whole barley, some tsampa, and a fair stock of straw.
  • 12. By fair means rather than by foul?" said I.
  • 13. For all the world imagines you've acquir'd A fair and handsome fortune.
  • 14. Pretty great for the Fair Rosamond, isn't it?
  • 15. I'll pay a fair price for such improvements as your father made.

How to use Fair in a Sentence?

  • 1. The season had commenced with the finest of weather and it bade fair to continue indefinitely.
  • 2. This is a fair and honest statement of the objection; now let us hear the reply.
  • 3. I have thought it but fair to myself, however, to begin by offering this explanation.
  • 4. Well, fair sirs, we say to them, what is this participation, which you assert of both?
  • 5. In me a fair example, that our youth May seek to please you, rather than themselves.
  • 6. Little Starwood, by my side, looked as fair and as pretty as ever, rather more shy than usual.
  • 7. The Englishman alone preserved his usual phlegm, and the fair Venetian was piqued at it.
  • 8. Scenting all the air together, fair are they in summer weather, O lilies white, O roses fair!
  • 9. It is but fair to allow myself an allusion to my violin, as it was becoming a very essential feature in my history.
  • 10. Her pale brown hair smoothed with buttermilk in flat waving lines on each side of her fair forehead.
  • 11. He is handsome, well-set, all Life and Spirit, and gives very fair Hopes of being a great Man.
  • 12. Pears like there was a pretty fair prospect of your whole family coming of age before another siege of homesteading is ended.
  • 13. Perhaps some fair lady of former days had lost them here, and swept distractedly up and down the long walks seeking them.
  • 14. He did not depart without leaving a successor, however, and one who bade fair to do credit to his ancestry.
  • 15. But it was as fair and comfortable a scene as perhaps this world can show, and well calculated to make the sternest ascetic in love with life.
  • 16. The fair Venetian listened to all these stories with that eager curiosity with which we seek to pamper any feeling of alarm.
  • 17. They had been moving from fair to fair about the kingdom, and were the next morning to set out on their way to London.
  • 18. She was a misty and fair creature, fitted for invisible music, for the shadows of love, for the murmurs of waters.
  • 19. It is noticeable, also, and it is to her credit as a biographer, that she distributes compliment and criticism with a fair and even hand.
  • 20. Is all theological prejudice and bigotry extinct, that an author may hope to have a perfectly fair hearing, and impartial decision?
  • 21. In the course of the repast the tales of robbers which harassed the mind of the fair Venetian, were brought into discussion.
  • 22. Like some fair island in a stormtoss'd sea, Or pause in music of the eternal choir.
  • 23. Total by end of June, 1913, to be about 225 certificated aviators of whom a fair percentage hold the superior brevet.
  • 24. In case of alarm, I should still have a fair start of the robbers, and a chance of getting beyond the reach of their shot.
  • 25. Before arriving at Fondi the fair Venetian had recovered from her swoon, and was made conscious of her safety and of the mode of her deliverance.