fairness

[ fair-nis ]SEE DEFINITION OF fairness

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So I will, and so in fairness I require to have that plainly put forward.

Not that in reality the odious epithet could, with any fairness, be applied to me.

The McVeigh men were all dark, down to Kenneth, and he gets his fairness from your ma.

There is no fairness in letting Jack and Walt suffer for what we did.

Each will and should be criticised, but always in a spirit of fairness.

This was fairness and impartiality in the eyes of the Chief Justice!

The Brownies were so called from their tawny colour, and the Fairies from their fairness.

If I myself were fair, why should not fairness as well be given to me?

And yet there is another side of the picture, which in fairness must also be presented.

He had just listened to Senator Wilson, and had been surprised by his fairness and frankness.

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