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fare third-person singular simple present fares, present participle faring, simple past fared, past participle fared or archaic faren. intransitive, archaic To go, travel. A knight fares forth. 1596, Edmund Spenser, The Faerie Queene, VI.11: And fared like a furious wyld Beare, / Whose whelpes are stolne away, she being otherwhere.
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Linguists have sought such theories for the last 150 years with no success, and grammaticalization theory fares no better. From the Cambridge English Corpus. A bisyllabic parse fares even worse, since it forces a mixing of iambic and trochaic feet within the same line.
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Some systems use a hybrid of both, such as a rail system which requires prepayment of the minimum fare, and collecting amounts above the minimum if the net cost of the trip exceeds the minimum fare at the end of the trip.

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