fairly definition

  • adverb:
    • In a reasonable or simply manner; equitably.
    • Legitimately; suitably.
    • Clearly; distinctly.
    • really; fully: The walls relatively shook along with their bellowing.
    • Moderately; rather: a fairly great supper.
    • To a reasonable degree: I became fairly sure i'd go right to the party.
    • Outdated Carefully.
    • Obsolete Courteously.
    • In a reasonable manner; clearly; freely; clearly; completely; distinctly; honestly.
    • positively; auspiciously; commodiously; as, a town fairly situated for foreign trade.
    • in all honesty; precisely.
    • lightly; quietly; carefully.
    • partially, maybe not totally; significantly
    • In a good manner; demonstrably; openly; clearly; fully; distinctly; honestly.
    • Favorably; auspiciously; commodiously.
    • truly; properly.
    • In a fair or simply manner; equitably.
    • Legitimately; suitably.
    • demonstrably; distinctly.
    • Actually; fully: The wall space relatively shook with regards to bellowing.
    • Softly; quietly; carefully.
    • without favoring one party, in a fair evenhanded manner
    • to a moderately sufficient degree or level
    • in conformity with all the rules or guidelines and without fraud or infidelity
    • reasonably; rather: a rather great dinner.
    • To an acceptable level: I happened to be relatively sure that i'd go to the party.
    • Obsolete Carefully.
    • Obsolete Courteously.
    • In a good way; demonstrably; openly; plainly; totally; distinctly; honestly.
    • positively; auspiciously; commodiously; because, a town fairly situated for foreign trade.
    • truly; properly.
    • Softly; quietly; gently.
    • partially, maybe not completely; significantly
    • In a fair way; demonstrably; freely; clearly; fully; distinctly; honestly.
    • positively; auspiciously; commodiously.
    • in all honesty; correctly.
    • lightly; quietly; carefully.
    • without favoring one party, in a fair evenhanded manner
    • to a moderately sufficient extent or degree
    • in conformity using rules or laws and regulations and without fraud or cheating
    • In a fair or perhaps fashion; equitably.
    • Legitimately; suitably.
    • obviously; distinctly.
    • in fact; totally: The walls relatively shook with regards to bellowing.
    • mildly; instead: a fairly good supper.
    • To a fair level: I happened to be relatively sure i might go right to the party.
    • Obsolete Gently.
    • Obsolete Courteously.
    • In a reasonable way; plainly; freely; plainly; fully; distinctly; honestly.
    • positively; auspiciously; commodiously; as, a town relatively situated for foreign trade.
    • actually; precisely.
    • Softly; quietly; gently.
    • partly, not completely; somewhat
    • In a fair fashion; clearly; openly; clearly; totally; distinctly; frankly.
    • positively; auspiciously; commodiously.
    • truly; precisely.
    • Softly; quietly; gently.
    • without favoring one party, in a reasonable evenhanded manner
    • to a moderately enough extent or degree
    • in conformity because of the principles or laws and without fraudulence or cheating
  • others:
    • In a good manner.
    • actually; justly; equitably; honorably.
    • totally; demonstrably; distinctly.
    • Reasonably; reasonably; measurably; quite a bit.
    • definitely; favorably; in fact; entirely: an intensive or emphatic term: as, I am relatively exhausted; the rims fairly spun.
    • lightly; gently.
    • In a fair manner.
    • in all honesty; justly; equitably; honorably.
    • Fully; clearly; distinctly.
    • Reasonably; averagely; measurably; dramatically.
    • positively; definitely; in fact; entirely: an extensive or emphatic term: as, i will be fairly worn-out; the tires fairly spun.
    • Softly; carefully.
    • In a good fashion.
    • in all honesty; justly; equitably; honorably.
    • Fully; demonstrably; distinctly.
    • fairly; moderately; measurably; considerably.
    • positively; favorably; in fact; completely: an extensive or emphatic word: as, i'm relatively worn out; the rims relatively spun.
    • lightly; carefully.

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