Definition of 'fair and square'
Example sentences containing 'fair and square'
NOBLE BEGINNNINGS (1990)
`Going to be a bit chilly -- and damp -- but if you keep the wind fair and square on your right cheek that should be it, near enough.SAN ANDREAS (1990)
Definition of fair and square from the Collins English Dictionary
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