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Based on the poetry-in-progress quoted in the novel, Harry seems at best a fair-to-middling poet.

She concerned herself far more with Luke, an active, fair-to-middling American boy somewhat inclined to be spoiled.

He for one had enjoyed himself just fair-to-middling, he said.

"Moore, he's a fair-to-middling horse," said Belllounds, with the air of judge of horseflesh.

He played a fair-to-middling game; and nothing more need be said of him.

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On this page you'll find 43 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to fair-to-middling, such as: decent, fair, honest, proper, reasonable, and stable.

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