To go; pass; move forward; proceed; travel.To go or get on, as to circumstances; speed; be in a certain state; be attended with certain circumstances or events; be circumstanced; specifically, to be in a certain condition as regards fortune, or bodily or social comforts.To be entertained with food; eat and drink.To go or come out, as to result; happen; turn out; result; come to pass: with it impersonally.To conduct one's self; behave.In an expletive use, to seem; appear.n. A going; a journey; voyage; course; passage.n. A company of persons making a journey.n. The price of passage or going; the sum paid or due for conveyance by land or water: as, the fare for crossing by a ferry; the fare for conveyance in a railroad-train, cab, omnibus, etc.n. The person or persons conveyed in a vehicle.n. Outfit for a journey; equipment.n. Food; provisions of the table.n. Experience; treatment; fortune; cheer.n. Proceeding; conduct; behavior.n. Doings; ado; bustle; tumult; stir.n. The quantity of fish taken in a fishing-vessel.n. The form or track of a hare.n. A game played with dice.n. A farrow: as, a fare of pigs.To resemble, or act like (another).