The taxi driver picked up his fares at the airport.
Less expensive fare is available at the restaurant across the street.
Bush and Siberry's sixth albums find them trying harder than before to reach an audience less willing to indulge their wanderings—both albums communicate more directly, and sound more familiar, than their usual fairy-tale fare. —Ann Powers, Village Voice, 7 Dec. 1993
Who would ever consider robbing this place for more than getaway bus fare? —Amy Tan, The Kitchen God's Wife, 1991
As for Ronald Reagan, solid heartland —farelike macaroni and cheese and hamburger soup is his favorite … —Guy D. Garcia, Time , 14 Mar. 1988