Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


It's a fair trade, young man, and I won't take them unless I pay for them.

“I wish to open a fair trade with the white men,” answered Kepenau.

Yet Fair Trade had much to offer to a Conservative statesman.

He had failed to carry him forward into a Fair Trade campaign.

I could at least see that my bottom-heapers got a fair trade from me, who was their top-heaper.

There's no fair trade now, no sort of dealing on the square nohow.

I had a fair trade in them, but I concluded I would do more, so I advertised the price $45.

"But you can see that wasn't a fair trade," I said indignantly to Geordie.

I've come here to make a fair trade, an' you'd better listen to it.

You must supply something which she lacks or it wouldn't be a fair trade, would it?