Definition of Subway fare

1. Noun. The fare charged for riding a subway train.

Generic synonyms: Train Fare

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subway Fare

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subvocalizations
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subvolume
subvolumes
subwarden
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subwavelength
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subway
subway fare (current term)
subway series
subway station
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subwayed
subwaying
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subwebs
subweekly
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Literary usage of Subway fare

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1. Working North from Patagonia: Being the Narrative of a Journey, Earned on by Harry Alverson Franck (1921)
"Yet the subway fare is a trifle cheaper on the Plata, being the tenth of a peso normally worth barely ..."

2. Report of the Hundred and Twenty Second Round Table on Transport Economics by ECMT Staff, (Paris) European Conference of Ministers, Ecmt, SourceOECD (Online service), Centre Economic Research, Economic Research Centre, (Paris) Round Table on Transport Economi (2003)
"In the circumstances, only the subway was a more attractive mode of transport than the car. The fact that the subway fare was the same all day long and ..."

3. The Return of the Middle Class by John Corbin (1922)
"Certain night-work, such as running elevators and watching subway fare-boxes, is said to be preferred to day-work, on the ground that it is not physically ..."

4. The Return of the Middle Class by John Corbin (1922)
"Certain night-work, such as running elevators and watching subway fare-boxes, is said to be preferred to day-work, on the ground that it is not physically ..."

5. Ill-Equipped: U.S. Prisons and Offenders with Mental Illness by Sasha Abramsky (2003)
"Upon release from jail, mentally ill inmates were provided $1.50 in cash and $3.00 in subway fare. They were not provided any mental health services, ..."

6. Something Else Again by Franklin Pierce Adams (1920)
"... took my verses in To Mr. Geoffrey Parsons, who said, "Kid, you win." And—not that I imagine that any one'll care—- I blew that jitney on a subway fare. ..."

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