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  • as ingift
  • as inhandsel

synonyms for fairing

  • allowance
  • award
  • benefit
  • bonus
  • contribution
  • donation
  • endowment
  • favor
  • giveaway
  • grant
  • legacy
  • offering
  • premium
  • present
  • relief
  • reward
  • souvenir
  • subsidy
  • tip
  • tribute
  • alms
  • benefaction
  • bequest
  • bestowal
  • boon
  • bounty
  • charity
  • courtesy
  • dispensation
  • gratuity
  • hand
  • hand-me-down
  • handout
  • honorarium
  • lagniappe
  • largesse
  • libation
  • oblation
  • offertory
  • philanthropy
  • pittance
  • presentation
  • provision
  • ration
  • remembrance
  • remittance
  • subscription
  • tax benefit
  • tax write-off
  • token
  • write-off
  • goodie
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antonyms for fairing

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  • forfeit
  • loss
  • penalty
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    How to use fairing in a sentence

    Indeed, like SpaceX, Relativity hopes to eventually recover the whole rocket—first stage, second stage, and fairing—a feat they believe 3D printed parts may help them realize.
    WATCH A ROBOT 3D PRINTING THE ROCKET FOR RELATIVITY SPACE’S FIRST ORBITAL LAUNCHJASON DORRIERMARCH 28, 2021SINGULARITY HUB 
    Each half of this mission's payload fairings has also flown one earlier mission.
    SPACEX TO BEGIN ITS 2021 LAUNCH CAMPAIGN THURSDAY EVENINGERIC BERGERJANUARY 7, 2021ARS TECHNICA
    The mission will use previously flown hardware for both the rocket's first stage, as well as the payload fairing.
    SPACEX TO BEGIN ITS 2021 LAUNCH CAMPAIGN THURSDAY EVENINGERIC BERGERJANUARY 7, 2021ARS TECHNICA
    Fancy or no fancy, if a woman asked him for a fairing, he would give it her, or I don't know my gentleman.
    AUDREYMARY JOHNSTON
    Why, you know it is fair day, and you promised Bessie that you would buy her a fairing,—to say nothing of me.
    LUCRETIA, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
    When they parted, Burns paid Clark his wages in full, gave him a written character, and a shilling for a fairing.
    ROBERT BURNSPRINCIPAL SHAIRP.
    The captain's wife began teasing him for a fairing, which he very bluntly refused to bestow.
    FLORA LYNDSAYSUSANNA MOODIE
    One of them kicked out behind, and had nearly given me a blow on the breast, so that I might have said I had had my fairing!
    O. T.HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN
    Yet another time the Virgin went to the fair to buy flax, and the Child said that He too would like to have a fairing.
    ESSAYS IN THE STUDY OF FOLK-SONGS (1886)COUNTESS EVELYN MARTINENGO-CESARESCO
    I think that, the schools being over for the day, they had been sent a-fairing for a treat.
    THE GYPSIESCHARLES G. LELAND
    SYNONYM OF THE DAY
    OCTOBER 26, 1985
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    capacitor

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