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verb as in get along; turn out

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While travel has picked up slightly, carriers are still flying far fewer flights, meaning fewer seats available at lower fares.

About a month ago, VOSD’s Lisa Halverstadt revealed that the Metropolitan Transit System had in recent years rejected hundreds of doctors’ recommendations that their patients with disabilities receive reduced fares.

The review will include the agency’s fare enforcement as well as its policies regarding use of force and retention of body camera footage.

It is such standard fare today that schoolchildren are as likely to use free spreadsheet programs as financial analysts are to manage budgets.

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Foye said fare increases could also be part of the necessary restructuring.

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Jackson fared better as an instructor of artillery, a subject he was far better at explaining.

The others have not fared as well in this theater of the absurd.

Male politicians fared especially badly, receiving more than six times as much abuse as female politicians.

Its allies have fared little better, and even with them accounted for, a Congress-led alliance barely limps to 60 seats.

DC temporarily replaced him with bestselling novelist Jodi Picoult, whose brief run fared even worse.

The five hundred men whom we had left in San Antonio de Bexar, fared no better.

Taken for guerrillas by the inhabitants, they fared well, and much information was given them.

The Spanish troops fared far worse; their condition became more and more deplorable.

But the business of most of them that fared this way whose faring has been preserved was of a very doleful character.

In every instance a gift was expected from the visitor, and as a consequence the monks fared sumptuously.


On this page you'll find 30 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to fared, such as: prosper, manage, handle, happen, prove, and do.

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