Another word for fair
Free from injustice or bias
just, impartial, equitable, unbiased, dispassionate, objective, unprejudiced, uncolored, evenhanded, even, balanced, nondiscriminatory, forthright, plain, scrupulous, upright, candid, generous, frank, open, sincere, straightforward, honest, lawful, clean, legitimate, decent, honorable, virtuous, righteous, temperate, ethical, reasonable, civil, courteous, sterling, uncorrupted, disinterested, detached, nonpartisan, square, fair-minded, sportsmanlike, sporting, good, handsome, principled, moderate, benevolent, aboveboard, trustworthy, meet, due, fit, appropriate, regular, right, on the level*, on the up-and-up*, fair and square*, straight*, leaning over backward*, giving the devil his due*.
average, not bad, ordinary, mediocre, adequate, passable, tolerable, medium, usual, common, all right, commonplace, satisfactory, decent, respectable, pretty good, up to standard, middling, fairish, so-so, OK, only fair, fair to middling*; see also common 1.
Not stormy or likely to storm
Of light complexion
blond, light-colored, light-complexioned, pallid, pale, sallow, white, bleached, white-skinned, milky, flaxen, fair-haired, snow-white, snowy, chalky, silvery, whitish, pearly, blanched, light, lily-white, ivory-white, albino, peaches-and-cream, blue-eyed, rosy, faded, neutral, colorless, platinum blond, whey-faced, pale-faced, white as a sheet*, white as the driven snow*; see also blond.
exposition, county fair, state fair, world's fair, street fair, carnival, bazaar, exhibition, mart, display, festival, market, bourse, exchange, flea market, crafts fair, spectacle, centennial, celebration, kermis, Donnybrook Fair, expo*; see also carnival 1.
fair, the general word, implies the treating of both or all sides alike, without reference to one's own feelings or interests a fair exchange; just implies adherence to a standard of rightness or lawfulness without reference to one's own inclinations a just decision; impartial and unbiased both imply freedom from prejudice for or against any side an impartial chairman, an unbiased account; dispassionate implies the absence of passion or strong emotion, hence, connotes cool, disinterested judgment a dispassionate critic; objective implies a viewing of persons or things without reference to oneself, one's interests, etc. an objective newspaper See also syn. study at beautiful.
Another word for fairadjective
Having qualities that delight the eye:attractive, beauteous, beautiful, comely, good-looking, gorgeous, handsome, lovely, pretty, pulchritudinous, ravishing, sightly, stunning. (Scots) bonny. Idiom: easy on the eyes. See beautiful
Having light hair:blond, fair-haired, towheaded. See colors
Of a light color or complexion:alabaster, ivory, light1, pale. See colors
Free from clouds or mist, for example:clear, cloudless, fine1, sunny, unclouded. See clear
Indicative of future success or full of promise:auspicious, benign, bright, brilliant, favorable, fortunate, good, propitious. See luck
Free from bias in judgment:disinterested, dispassionate, equitable, fair-minded, impartial, indifferent, just, nonpartisan, objective, square, unbiased, unprejudiced. Idiom: fair and square. See fair
Just to all parties:equal, equitable, even1, evenhanded. See same
According to the rules:clean, sporting, sportsmanlike, sportsmanly. See fair
Of moderately good quality but less than excellent:acceptable, adequate, all right, average, common, decent, fairish, goodish, moderate, passable, respectable, satisfactory, sufficient, tolerable. (Informal) OK, tidy. See good