Synonyms of 'fairly'
They solved their problems quickly and fairly.
We did fairly well.
The machine operated moderately well.
I'm afraid it's rather a long story.
I was doing quite well, but I wasn't earning a lot of money.
He concluded that Oswald was somewhat abnormal.
She's always done passably well in school.
He fairly flew across the room.
It can no doubt be fairly argued that he is entitled to every penny.
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Absolutely means totally and completely.
She is absolutely right.
You use deservedly to indicate that someone deserved what happened to them, especially when it was something good.
He deservedly won the Player of the Year award.
charged with failing to act honestly in his duties as an officer
on the level (informal)
by fair means
with clean hands
Thesaurus for fairly from the Collins English Thesaurus
Fairly means to quite a large degree . For example , if you say that something is fairly old, you mean that it is old but not very old.