I used to think we were a 'fair-play' people, but I have learned the bitter truth—that there is no such thing when pressure comes.
And so she has always had fair-play, from religion, from law, and from her fellow man and woman.
In this primitive mode of fighting there was no thought of fair-play.
In your lightest games, you have always some one to see what you call "fair-play."
But it may be argued that all this indicates only an absence of selfishness and a love of fair-play.
And it is not fair-play to cram because of time lost, or for any other cause.
We may be sure that in the fight that is before us there will be no semblance of fair-play.
At the argument of fair-play, obedience swept over them like a veering of wind.
It was his love of fair-play which endeared him to every Britisher in the camp.
I like fair-play, and when a man has done his duty I like to tell him so.