The morning following was fair enough, but so cold you could see your breath.
But I shall not quickly forget that you have been fair enough to her and to me to tell me that.
Failing that, it would be fair enough for you to take me, failing a better.
Well, that was fair enough, to make up for—for the other thing?
I don't know what it is to insult an old man—that's fair enough, I dare say.
So he told Buddy Brown Thrasher that his promise was fair enough.
And yet it would seem,” said Bertha, “that not one is fair enough for you?
“I am sure that is fair enough,” said Mr. Ludlow, smiling genially.
"It's a fair enough home for a man to end his days in," he said with complacence.
Last night you took my money, so to-day I took your horse; that's fair enough!'