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fair fairness, beauty: “My decayed fair,” THE COMEDY OF ERRORS, ii. 1. 98 ; “heresy in fair,” LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST, iv. 1. 22 ; “Demetrius loves your fair,” A MIDSUMMER-NIGHT'S DREAM, i. 1. 182 ; “That fair, for which love groan'd for,” ROMEO AND JULIET, ii. Prologue, 3 ; “Having no fair to lose . . . to rob him of his fair,” VENUS AND ADONIS, 1083 ; “Neither in inward worth nor outward fair,” SONNETS, xvi. 11 ; “that fair thou owest,” SONNETS, xviii. 10 ; “these bastard signs of fair,” SONNETS, lxviii. 3 ; “to your fair no painting set,” SONNETS, lxxxiii. 2.

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