Oh, no, it is a fair field now and no favour, returned Clawbonny.
Sure it'll be a fair field and no favor, sweet Peggy O'Neal!
He was entrapped; not taken in open day, with a fair field before him.
I found no fault with the Liberals; they had beaten me in a fair field.
The purser and his child had been pulled on deck, and the combatants had a fair field.
Well, you had a fair field and no favor, old boy, didn't you?
The obscurest and humblest person has a fair field for competition.
At last I was on a fair field with this scientific magician or madman.
Cf. Milton's method of description, 'Not that fair field,' etc.
You mean I am to stand aside and let you have a fair field with the lady?