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  • n. Plural form of carfare.


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  • Undaunted by the challenge, Szold called on each Hadassah woman throughout the country to save on carfares and contribute fifteen cents in support of the project.

    Zionism in the United States.

  • He saved his carfares and went without lunch until he had enough money to buy an encyclopedia of American biography—and then he did an unheard-of thing.

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  • His always modest luncheon reduced itself to a sandwich, he walked to save carfares, cut off two Sunday newspapers, wore a threadbare spring overcoat into the winter.

    The Collectors

  • There came into the treasury $1.00 'saved on carfares';

    Russell H. Conwell

  • Felicia hadn't two carfares and she had forgotten to ask the dentist for money.

    Little Miss By-The-Day

  • I have paid four hundred dollars, and Edith has been kind and generous enough to contribute four hundred dollars more, to keep you in carfares, young lady.

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  • Lots and lots of the working-women of Endbury live with their families in two or three rooms right on that horrid Main Street near their work because they can't afford _carfares_! "

    The Squirrel-Cage

  • "Why, pretty soon wages'd be cut faster than they was when street carfares went down from ten cents to five.

    Susan Lenox: Her Fall and Rise, Volume I


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