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(one) can't say fairer than that

One cannot offer or propose a better deal. This offer includes a 20 percent discount, and I've waived all the fees. I can't say fairer than that. I'll even drive you there. You can't say fairer than that, can you? Yeah, it's an old car, but it still runs pretty well and Aunt Sue would give it to you for free—you can't say fairer than that.
See also: fairer, say, that

the fair(er) sex

Females. The term has come to be considered inappropriate due to its emphasis on the physical appearance of women and girls. Did he just say, "members of the fairer sex"? I feel like I'm in a Victorian novel. Senator, if you think it is up to legislators to shield the fair sex, as you say, from shocking or troubling matters, then I'm afraid you're living in the wrong century.
See also: sex
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you can’t say ˈfairer (than ˈthat)

(British English, spoken) used to say that you think the offer you are making is reasonable or generous: Look, I’ll give you £100 for it. You can’t say fairer than that.
See also: fairer, say
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