Synonyms for play fair
|Grammar : Verb|
Top 10 synonyms for play fair
Définition of play fair
- As in behave : verb act reasonably, properly
- You must promise us that you will play fair this afternoon in our rowing contest.
- Extract from : « Madge Morton's Secret » by Amy D. V. Chalmers
- There was not a chance in the world that he would stand back and play fair.
- Extract from : « The Fighting Edge » by William MacLeod Raine
- It showed me you intended to turn over a new leaf and play fair.
- Extract from : « Jim Spurling, Fisherman » by Albert Walter Tolman
- "We'll play fair, though," he said, and faced round on the benches.
- Extract from : « Shining Ferry » by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
- I gave you your choice, and having made it you will play fair.
- Extract from : « The Lady of the Basement Flat » by Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
- There,” he said, “now we can all play fair, and you can see my scars.
- Extract from : « Glyn Severn's Schooldays » by George Manville Fenn
- He didn't trust the doctor, though he thought he'd play fair about the gold.
- Extract from : « A Man to His Mate » by J. Allan Dunn
- Naughty, naughty, Florine, not to play fair with old papa Beiner!
- Extract from : « Find the Woman » by Arthur Somers Roche
- He replied, ‘Yes, I can see them all, but I will play fair.’
- Extract from : « The Missing Link in Modern Spiritualism » by A. Leah Underhill
- You think that night of the scene—you think the men didn't mean to play fair?
- Extract from : « Votes for Women » by Elizabeth Robins
Antonyms for play fair
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