Fair [adjective]

Definition of Fair:

impartial, unprejudiced

Opposite/Antonyms of Fair:

Sentence/Example of Fair:

As a principal, I have the responsibility to ensure compliance and create a fair and balanced environment for all students.

If the shifts among women and older voters seen in the Post-ABC poll reflect an actual shift in the electorate — a fair assumption based on a wide range of other state and national polls — that seems very difficult to do.

He says she urged street fairs and parades, but that’s not true.

Grant says BrightHire, co-founded by Ben Sesser and Teddy Chestnut, is “the most compelling platform I’ve seen to help companies run fair and inclusive hiring processes.”

We believe we are fair and reasonable partners and have no incentive to enforce the restrictions more broadly than necessary.

At the same time, participation in California’s FAIR plan for catastrophic fires has grown by at least 180% since 2015, and in Santa Rosa, houses are being rebuilt in the very same wildfire-vulnerable zones that proved so deadly in 2017.

The PBC model is growing in importance and is embraced by many younger entrepreneurs committed to the idea that making money in a way that is fair to everyone is the responsible path forward.

Facebook makes it easy to search political ads and see how long they ran and at what cost, so we know a fair bit about her spending.

Part of the responsibilities of that team include creating fair and equitable products, as well as ensuring algorithmic fairness.

TurboTax prominently and transparently discloses the price of its paid products and is at all times clear and fair with its customers.