(of brickwork) having a neat smooth unplastered surface
[fair-feeld] /ˈfɛərˌfild/ noun 1. a city in central California. 2. a town in SW Connecticut. 3. a town in central Ohio. 4. a city in central Alabama.
[fair-ground] /ˈfɛərˌgraʊnd/ noun 1. Often, fairgrounds. a place where , horse races, etc., are held; in the U.S. usually an area set aside by a city, county, or state for an annual and often containing exhibition buildings. /ˈfɛəˌɡraʊnd/ noun 1. an open space used for a fair or exhibition
noun 1. a legitimate or likely object of attack, mockery, etc.: With his fat, round face, the politician was fair game for the cartoonists. noun 1. a legitimate object for ridicule or attack 2. (hunting, archaic) quarry that may legitimately be pursued according to the rules of a particular sport A legitimate target for attack […]
[fair-haird] /ˈfɛərˌhɛərd/ adjective 1. having light-colored . Idioms 2. fair-haired boy, Informal. a person, especially a young one, treated as a favorite or considered especially promising by a superior or the members of a group: He’s the fair-haired boy of the literary set.