Definition of Subway token
1. Noun. A token that is used to pay for entry to the subway system.
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Literary usage of Subway token
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Bonfire of the Vanities by Tom Wolfe (1888)
"He searched his jacket pocket to see if he had a subway token. He did, and this provoked a depressing recollection. Two nights ago at Leicester's he had ..."
2. The City and the World: New York's Global Future by Margaret E. Crahan, Alberto Vourvoulias-Bush (1997)
"For the price of a subway token, an observer can rub shoulders in the subway with turbaned Indian Sikhs, ..."
3. Employment Training: Successful Projects Share Common Strategy by Sigurd R. Nilsen (1997)
"For example, STRIVE project staff told us that their policy of providing participants with one daily subway token is designed to emphasize the partnership ..."