1. the fare charged for riding a bus or streetcar
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How To Use carfare In A Sentence

  • It was fifteen minutes’ walk from the store, and by taking this walk twice a day she saved carfare and the price of luncheon.
  • He had stood the barber off, and he had walked all the way from the City Hall because of lack of the nickel carfare. CHAPTER XVII
  • He had in his pocket but five cents with which to pay his carfare home, so he sent the message collect. Chapter 40
  • Moreover, the motion-picture theatre, where he does go for his evening's relaxation, is almost always much nearer to his home, possibly saving him an additional expense in carfare. Class-Consciousness and the 'Movies'
  • You remember that fiver you gave me the time I didn't have carfare? Chapter 41
  • He patched up an old bicycle to ride to work and save carfare.
  • I assured him that he could get his two hours on the job, and I gave him carfare home.
  • To save the carfare, I started the long walk home from Manhattan to The Bronx, grateful but still shaken.
  • People who won't work for a living ( "Sloth Americans") usually enjoy one or more income streams - "pin money," "carfare" or "walking around money. John Marshall: Ask Dr. Recession!
  • Therefore, he demanded the return of the 50 cents admission, 10 cents carfare, and 30 cents for the time he spent at the ballpark.
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