The fair fields of Europe and Asia have been whitened by the bones of its victims.
It was to hurl the brutes back from the fair fields they had ravaged and despoiled.
North of Gettysburg the grounds are open and in fair fields.
A cruel war ravaged the fair fields of a portion of the United States, bringing with it its attendant train of misery.
The beauty of these fair fields and woods and mountains is the first thing which attracts the spectators attention.
Is not the very war, now raging over her fair fields, a war for Union?
Its green trees, and the fair fields which he so oft had tilled, smiled as an Eden upon him.
Riding thus on their camels the hosts of Midian came out of the desert like locusts and swarmed over the fair fields of Palestine.
Its conquests have not been without much devastation, especially in the fair fields of education.
He ascended the mount where he could see the fair fields and the smiling vineyards of the promised land.