Thesaurus / fair play
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Turn about is fair play, garcon Cart'rette: so when you're in trouble come to me.
The young man had not been out of Harvard more than three years, but he did not let any nonsense about fair play stand in his way.
THE VISION SPENDIDWILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE
Freeman had his wits about him, and perhaps entertained a not too high opinion of Mexican fair play.
THE GOLDEN FLEECEJULIAN HAWTHORNE
Her plan was, as she puts it herself, fair play between tenant and landlord.
Buck, to whom fair play was a forgotten code, likewise sprang upon Spitz.
Such a man, with fair play and opportunity, was sure to rise into distinction.
THE OXFORD REFORMERSFREDERIC SEEBOHM
It made me the more anxious that there should be fair play on each side; and I could see what fair play was.
NORTH AND SOUTHELIZABETH CLEGHORN GASKELL
Even the political system, with its tribunal of Fair Play men, operated without the benefit of any formal code.
Turn about is fair play, say I, and now that the pastures at Harden are empty, 'tis time that we thought of taking our revenge.
TALES FROM SCOTTISH BALLADSELIZABETH W. GRIERSON
There is the vanity of so-called honor; there as also the demand of justice—of fair play.
THE DELUGEDAVID GRAHAM PHILLIPS

WORDS RELATED TO FAIR PLAY

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