Verbs like make, choose, judge, elect, select, and name are factitive verbs. These verbs can take two objects.
Example: The people elected Barack Obama [object] president of the United States [second complement].
Fare, as a verb, means to go, to carry, or to pass through.
Example: How did you fare on your trip to Scotland?
Fare, as a noun, can also mean an assortment of food or any material provided for consumption, the price charged for transportation, or a paying passenger on a taxi or bus.
Fair has a variety of meanings:
Adjective—fresh, smooth, pure, clean