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fayre

/fɛə/
noun
1.
a pseudo-archaic spelling of fair2 , fare
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  • She asked him, as was her gyse: syr, wyll ye haue any fygges; they be fayre and good?

  • The likeliest endings for the first two lines are tendre and fayre.

    The cforte of louers Stephen Hawes
  • So the junk was forced to stay all this day, and loose a fayre wynde.

  • The long winter was past, and fayre lay basking in the warmth of May.

    The Little Grey House

    Marion Ames Taggart
  • More seemelye it is for her fayre bodye To lye by mee then thee.

  • "So she is," said Mrs. fayre, glancing at Dolly, and then returning to her study of the chairs.

    Two Little Women Carolyn Wells
  • Mrs. fayre said she would do so as soon as the proper time came.

    Two Little Women Carolyn Wells
  • "Like a little girl shaking her head," said Mr. fayre, to help her out.

    Two Little Women Carolyn Wells
  • Somehow or other Mrs. fayre had that all ready and handed it to him with a smile.

    Two Little Women Carolyn Wells
  • Well, well, Mr. fayre, do you raise thyme in your kitchen garden?

    Two Little Women Carolyn Wells

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