Definition of fair - treating people equally without favouritism or discrimination, (of hair or complexion) light; . 1.2archaic (of a means or procedure) not violent. Archaic words. These words are no longer in . fair, beautiful. fandangle, a useless or purely . melodist, a singer. methinks, it seems to me. moil, drudgery. fair (comparative fairer, superlative fairest). (literary or archaic) Beautiful, of a pleasing appearance, with a pure and fresh quality. . Monday's child is fair of face. Archaic. something that is fair. 16. Archaic. a. a woman. b. a beloved woman. . It reminds me of when the carnival came to Hudson Falls, N.Y., when I was a boy. Fair definition is - marked by impartiality and honesty : free from self-interest, prejudice, . 11 archaic : free of obstacles. — . I think they've been fair to me. Fair definition: Something or someone that is fair is reasonable , right, and just. Meaning . Archaic. without obstacles; clear and open. a fair road. 15. Baseball. Jun 21, 2011 - There's another archaic use of fair that I'm seeing cropping up more . The sonnets reminded me of a an exercise I do in my literature classes. Fair definition, free from bias, dishonesty, or injustice: a fair decision; a fair judge. See more. . Archaic. something that is fair. Archaic. a woman. a beloved . free from bias, dishonesty, or injustice: a fair decision; a fair judge. But you must promise me, on your life, on your soul, to keep my fairing a close secret. Norston's . archaic a present, esp from a fair; a sweet circular biscuit made with butter . A moderate to strong greenish blue. fail (fal) v. failed, fail-ing, fails [ME fatten straight <a blow caught fair in the chest) — n. Archaic. 1. Loveliness : beauty. 2.