fairly

All Adverb
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  • Despite his poor social development, he did fairly well in school, particularly in reading.
  • It is a fairly complex model that has shown very good results.
  • You used to be fairly good looking then, if I do say it myself. Cited from The Lilac Girl, by Ralph Henry Barbour
  • Being captured and having their dependent children killed might have been fairly common.
  • In real-world use, points are fairly difficult to set up.
  • The highest-speed runs are usually fairly short, but they can be quite intense.
  • He knew fairly little about the subject at that time but presented himself as deeply learned.
  • Since this discovery is fairly new, little research has been done.
  • Being fairly new, modern control theory has many areas yet to be explored.
  • He grew up in a fairly large pure-blood family as the sixth-born of seven children.
  • Providing public goods fairly is difficult because the group leadership does not have the required information.
  • In the early years of knowledge-based systems the knowledge-bases were fairly small.
  • These were fairly popular, and remain in limited use today.
  • The annual general meeting of the districts are fairly similar but on a regional level.
  • This is just one, although a fairly common way of creating a round brilliant cut.
  • After two fairly successful seasons, the Kings hit upon hard times, mostly due to poor management.
  • The Territory has a fairly dry climate due to the mountains in the west.
  • The limited size of the country gives fairly short domestic travel times anyway.
  • Some of these are found fairly frequently in circulation and some are rare.
  • Most areas become fairly safe for travel and decontamination after three to five weeks.
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Words starting with fairly

Meaning of fairly

  • adverb Without favoring one party, in a fair evenhanded manner
    deal fairly with one another
  • adverb In conformity with the rules or laws and without fraud or cheating
    they played fairly