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Synonyms for fare

Synonyms for fare

to progress or perform adequately, especially in difficult circumstances

to move along a particular course

to take (food) into the body as nourishment

Synonyms for fare

an agenda of things to do


the sum charged for riding in a public conveyance

a paying (taxi) passenger

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the food and drink that are regularly served or consumed

proceed or get along

eat well

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References in classic literature ?
Robin Hood stood under the greenwood tree, thinking of Will Stutely and how he might be faring, when suddenly he saw two of his stout yeomen come running down the forest path, and betwixt them ran buxom Maken of the Blue Boar.
He had covered but a short distance from the forest when I beheld the first of his pursuers--a Sagoth, one of those grim and terrible gorilla-men who guard the mighty Mahars in their buried cities, faring forth from time to time upon slave-raiding or punitive expeditions against the human race of Pellucidar, of whom the dominant race of the inner world think as we think of the bison or the wild sheep of our own world.
Then he turned on his heel and went back to see how his cabin companion was faring.
Then was it come what Merlin said whilom That unmeasured sorrow should be at Arthur's forth faring.
Faring on and hiding, hiding and faring on, the poor harmless creature, as though she were a Murderess and the whole country were up after her, wore out the day, and gained the night.