[fair-lee] /ˈfɛər li/
in a fair manner; justly or honestly; impartially.
a fairly heavy rain.
a claim fairly made.
Chiefly Southern U.S.
(not used with a negative) moderately
as deserved; justly
(not used with a negative) positively; absolutely: the hall fairly rang with applause
c.1400, “handsomely,” from fair (adj.) + -ly (2). Meaning “impartially” is from 1670s; “somewhat” is from 1805; meaning “totally” is earlier (1590s).
noun 1. the price of something at which both a seller and a buyer are willing to strike a deal.
[fair-mahyn-did] /ˈfɛərˈmaɪn dɪd/ adjective 1. characterized by fair judgment; impartial; unprejudiced: a wise and fair-minded judge. adjective 1. just or impartial
[fair-mont] /ˈfɛər mɒnt/ noun 1. a city in W West Virginia. 2. a town in S Minnesota.
[fair-nis] /ˈfɛər nɪs/ noun 1. a policy mandated by the Federal Communications Commission, requiring radio and television stations to grant equal time to a political candidate, group, etc., to present an opposing viewpoint to one already aired.