Fair-wind definition

(nautical) A wind blowing in the direction the sailor wants to go, ie. favourably. (Reference: Ray Parkin, H. M. Bark Endeavour, Miegunyah Press, second edition 2003, ISBN 0-522-85093-6, page 210.)
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Noun

Singular:
fair-wind
Plural:
fair winds