Synonyms for Fair:

adj.

acceptable (adjective)
goodish.
all (adjective)
just, clean.
attractive (adjective)
pretty, handsome.
disinterested (adjective)
detached.
flattering (adjective)
becoming.
impartial, unprejudiced (adjective)
courteous, generous, benevolent, scrupulous, objective, nonpartisan, dispassionate, good, principled, equal, unbiased, aboveboard, virtuous, open, even-handed, blameless, honest, honorable, disinterested, square, respectable, proper, trustworthy, frank, righteous, candid, legitimate, straightforward, moderate, civil, lawful, temperate, uncorrupted, equitable, just, straight, impartial, clean, sincere.
just (adjective)
equitable, right, honorable, equable, lawful, just, square, good, even-handed, due.
light-complexioned, light-haired (adjective)
milky, fair-haired, pale, colorless, faded, blond, pearly, silvery, pallid, chalky, blonde, neutral, sallow, snowy.
light-haired (adjective)
blond.
mediocre (adjective)
fairish.
nonpartisan (adjective)
nonpartisan, independent.
opalescent (adjective)
pearly.
sportsmanlike (adjective)
sportsmanly.
square (adjective)
square.
sufficient (adjective)
adequate.
white (adjective)
snowy, silvery.

adv.

all (adverb)
fairly, clean.

n.

colors, flag day, fundraiser, towheaded, fundraising, benefit, bake sale. correct, high-minded, proper. benign, brilliant, still, clement, propitious, luck, windless, fortunate, auspicious. exhibition, expo, private showing, exposition, roadshow, viewing, trade show, show, exhibit. same, be onto a winner, be in/out of the running, be halfway there, have something in your pocket, someone's getting there, someone should/will go far, stand a chance/hope (of doing something), equal, the cards are stacked in someone's favor, you can't go wrong, have a fighting chance. sportsmanly. tidy, goodish, sufficient, acceptable. act (noun)
funfair, carnival.
exposition, carnival (noun)
exhibit, bazaar, exhibition, expo, market, show.
fair (noun)
blond, bonny, fairly, clean, beautiful, fair-minded, fair-and-square, unbiassed, antimonopoly, unbiased, bazaar, sporting, without favoring one party, respectable, fairish, disinterested, mediocre, comely, sportsmanlike, blonde, funfair, moderate, clear, carnival, average, evenhandedly, light-haired, feminine, bonnie, dispassionate, legible, ordinary, indifferent, just, in-bounds, antitrust, middling, sightly.
light (noun)
blonde.
market (noun)
convenience store, chain, supermarket, office, mart, counter, store, stock exchange, exchange, bureau, shop, warehouse, establishment, market, grocery, department store, bazaar, depot, market place, emporium, stall.

v.

moderate (verb)
temperate.

Other synonyms:

around, clement, benign, auspicious, fortunate, pleasant, satisfactory, sufficient, all-right, tidy, tolerable, exposition. neutral, pale, propitious. favorable. brilliant, calm, even. still. admissible
passable.
commonplace
common.
even
equal.
fair
balanced.
fitting
meet.
impartial
impartial, evenhanded.
neutral
independent.
ordinary
indifferent, ordinary, so-so.
satisfactory
acceptable.
unbiased
unbiased.

Usage examples for fair

  1. Now, fair lady, what would ye I should do in this matter? – Le Morte D'Arthur, Volume I (of II) King Arthur and of his Noble Knights of the Round Table by Thomas Malory
  2. I am glad you think so: I try to be fair – Donal Grant by George MacDonald
  3. This was a fair stand- up fight in the open. – Ismailia by Samuel W. Baker