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Definition of: fair-weather

(fârweth′ər) adjective
1. Suitable for or restricted to fair weather, as a racetrack.
2. Useful or dependable only in favorable circumstances; not helpful in adversity: fairweather friends.

'fair-weather' used in domains:

fair-weather-friend.com
fair-weather-fans.com
fair-weather-fan.com
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"fair" has the frequency of use of 0.0187%
"weather" has the frequency of use of 0.0395%

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