“Any of her teen children with a license were fair game to recruit as well,” her son, Thomas, would say in his eulogy.
Reforming Social Security and Medicare is fair game; no reasonable observer would disagree.
But uncomfortable —and arguably impertinent—questions are now fair game.
We sometimes hear that a big site is vulnerable and we take a look, and everyone is fair game on the Internet, in my opinion.
She is the author of fair game: My Life as a Spy, My Betrayal by the White House.
She was an impartial referee; her one desire being to play a fair game.
The infidels, he said, were God's natural enemies and fair game to the Christian.
Until I examined your wallet I supposed you had smuggled in the stones; and that would have been fair game.
But though they might be fair game, the game had its rules—anomalous as it may seem.
This was fair game enough, though to-day it would probably have been passed over in silence.