fare[ fair ]SEE DEFINITION OF fare
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This set them to looking up some other article which might impart variety to their fare.
The bill of fare contains nothing which they recognize as such.
I don't want to fare better, that is, I don't want to have more of God's care than he had.
Here, Garson paid the fare, and then helped the girl to alight, and on into the hallway.
The oddest part of these experiences is that the dirtier the inn the better the fare.
Well, we had it measured and I was right, and it cost her me fare and fifteen bob besides.
He did this, not because his soul was cruel and his heart evil, but because he had to earn his fare.
"Then fare ye well, Clary, you're no longer the man for me," said Rochfort.
Kirkwood planked down the fare, swore, and sprinted for the carriages.
The fare was one dollar, and the coach went three times a week.