Thesaurus / fairer


And these ranne headlong to seruitude; the more hasty and with the fairer shew, the more either countenanced or safe.

We lived before, and shall live again; and as we hope for a fairer world than this to come; so we came from one less fine.

The maiden reached the palace; fairer was she than any who had entered there.

For golf, like her fairer sister cricket, reveals her wild and fickle heart in a truer lovableness at such places as this.

It seemed to me that no fairer land ever baked in summer's sunshine.

And he saw one ship among the fleet; larger was it by far, and fairer than all the others.

The MabinogionLady Charlotte Guest

Mine eyes directing, as she will'd, I saw A hundred little spheres, that fairer grew By interchange of splendour.

Yuki presented her husband with ten fine and handsome children, fairer of skin than the average.

Myths & Legends of JapanF. Hadland (Frederick Hadland) Davis

A fairer world, a perfectly satisfying world, was opening before her in the high country which was her home.

Money MagicHamlin Garland

Belinda herself could not have desired a fairer shrine whereat to worship her own beauty.


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