Expressly and Fair


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Expressly adverb – With specific intentions; for the express purpose.
Fair and expressly are semantically related. In some cases you can replace term "Fair" with "Expressly", this adverbs are similar.
Nearby Words: express, expression, expressive, expressively
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Fair adverb – According to the rules or the law.
Expressly and fair are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Expressly" instead an adverb "Fair".
Nearby Words: fairness, fairly, faired, fairground
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  • Fair is — well it wasn't exactly fair, but since it wasn't expressly forbidden, tough titties!
  • Functional Magic aka: Magic According to multiple sources, the Rule Magic of the humans and gargoyles doesn't mix with the Inherit Magic of The Fair Folk, who expressly forbade human magics on Avalon, their home.
  • Webcomic / Dan and Mab's Furry Adventures The Fair Folk: The author does a good job of showing that the Fae, rather than being expressly good or evil, are utterly alien to the rest of the setting.
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