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fair +‎ -hood


fairhood (uncountable)

  1. (obsolete) fairness; beauty
    • 1897, Hulbert Fuller, Vivian of Virginia: Being the Memoirs of Our First Rebellion, page 217:
      I was loth to interrupt the thoughts that played over her fairhood like a summer's cloud athwart the morning sky.
    • 1918, John Duncan Quackenbos, Magnhild: A Tale of Psychic Love, page 104:
      The tuneful cricket in the latter math
      Sings of her fairhood to the passing breeze.