But now as he was sitting turning over his fairings, a tidings befel.
He was more liberal in his fairings than Willie could have been.
Fairings: ribbons, toys, and other small articles sold for presents.
If these slayers are not put to the sword's edge, there will be other fairings so used.
The "fairings" were sweet biscuits—they have been made every fair this hundred years.
And now, in the third year, she lost her fairings by abruptly going away just before the time when they were due.
They are called carlings, probably, as we call the presents at fairs, fairings.
Children came boldly up to us for fairings or gifts, and they strayed—the scamps!
It's no use looking on life as if it was Treddles'on Fair, where folks only go to see shows and get fairings.