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for fair

Totally and completely. 17-1? Yeah, I'd say we lost for fair!
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for fair

completely and finally. US informal
1997 John Barth The Sot-Weed Factor And when the matter of hostages arose, the mother had said ‘Pray God they will take Harry, for then we'd be quit of him for fair, and not a penny poorer.’
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for fair

To the greatest or fullest extent possible: Our team was beaten for fair in that tournament.
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