fare fare  /ˈfɛr/


  1. (n) an agenda of things to do
  2. (n) the sum charged for riding in a public conveyance
  3. (n) a paying (taxi) passenger
  4. (n) the food and drink that are regularly served or consumed
  5. (v) proceed or get along
  6. (v) eat well


  1. If you're uncomfortable with those odds, you can buy a $10 insurance policy called Fare Guard that lets you lock in an advertised fare price.
  2. As they try to sort out the bewildering tangle of air fares, vacationers planning summer trips to Europe can be sure of one thing: it will cost more.
  3. The fare: $1,500 round trip, about the same last-minute fare you would pay the better-known outfits with hubs in Chicago, American Airlines and United Airlines.


  1. NCAA Releases APR For 2011-12: How Did Syracuse Teams Fare?

    NCAA Releases APR For 2011-12: How Did Syracuse Teams Fare?
    on June 13, 2013     Source: WPXI Pittsburgh

  2. Brazilians riot over bus fare increases

    SAO PAULO, BRAZIL – Hundreds of protestors in Sao Paulo destroyed city property, lit buses on fire, even beat police men all because the city raised the fare for public transportation. At least 25 people were arrested and dozens more …
    on June 13, 2013     Source: CW39 NewsFix

  3. City Hall OKs $76,000 for cab fare study that could pave way for hike

    Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s administration has authorized a $76,359 consulting study of taxicab fares and driver income that an influential alderman said Wednesday could be a prelude to Chicago’s first fare hike in eight years. “If the study comes back and says that everything we’ve put in place was not enough, it may be time to give them an increase,” said Ald. Anthony Beale (9th), chairman of the ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Chicago Sun-Times

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  1. "Tonight we look beyond the dark days to focus on happier fare," said Stewart, referring again to the writers strike, "with this year's slate of psychopathic movies, 'There Will Be Blood,' 'No Country For Old Men.' All I can say is thank God...
    on Feb 24, 2008 By: Jon Stewart Source: NBC 10.com

  2. "I believe poor and vulnerable families will fare much better under the Labour Party than they would under a Cameron-led Conservative Party," said Rowling, a struggling single mother when she wrote the first Potter book.
    on Sep 21, 2008 By: JK Rowling Source: The Australian

  3. "Despite our fuel-hedging strategy, fuel surcharges, two separate across-the-board fare increases and a recruitment freeze," Dixon said, "we are not bridging the widening gap between the actual increase in the cost of fuel and the amount we...
    on May 28, 2008 By: Geoff Dixon Source: International Herald Tribune

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