fare (v.) Old form(s): far'd
go, happen, turn out
2H6 IV.vii.109[Say to all] if ... / God should be so obdurate as yourselves, / How would it fare with your departed souls?
3H6 II.v.1[King alone] This battle fares like to the morning's war
Luc.715[of Tarquin] So fares it with this faultful lord of Rome
MA IV.i.220[Friar to Leonato, of prizing things lost] So will it fare with Claudio
Sonn.22.12[] thy heart which I will keep so chary / As tender nurse her babe from faring ill
TNK V.iii.128[Theseus to EMilia] so it fared / Good space between these kinsmen
TNK V.iv.45[Palamon to all] How do things fare?
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