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Fare

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meaning the expense of a journey or passage across water, is the Anglo-Saxon fare or fœr, a journey; verb, faran, to travel. (Archaic, feriage, the fare for crossing a ferry.)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Fantom-fellow
Fantom-flesh
Far and Away
Far Cry from
Far fetched
Far Gone
Far Niente
Farce
Farceur (The)
Farcy or Farcin (Latin, farcimen, a sausage, any stuffed meat)
Fare
Fare Well (To)
Farina
Farinata
Farleu or Farley
Farm
Farmer George
Farmers
Farnese Bull [Far-na-ze]
Farnese Hercules [Far-na-ze Hercu-lees]
Faroese