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noun 
  1. a community gathering to celebrate and exhibit local achievements
  2. an event for public entertainment and trade, a market
  3. an event for professionals in a trade to learn of new products and do business.
adjective 
  1. (dated) beautiful, Beautiful, pleasing to the eye.
Monday's child is of face.
  1. light, Light in color, pale, particularly as regards skin tone but also refers to blond hair.
She had hair and blue eyes.
  1. just, Just, equitable.
He must be given a trial.
  1. adequate, Adequate, reasonable, or decent.
The patient was in a condition after some treatment.
  1. (baseball) Between the baselines.
Etymology: Old English fíger, fíÄer, from Germanic
  • fagroz. Cognate with Swedish fager.



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