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Far

Pronunciation of Far
/fˈɑː/, /fˈɑː/, /f_ˈɑː/

Antonyms for far:

nearby, close, little, near, accessible, moderate, left.

Synonyms for far:

Sense 1

foreign, partway, distantly, remotely, far-flung, yonder, secluded, outermost, long-distance, off, atavistic, way out, mile, afar, outer, sequestered, considerably.

Sense 2

deep, cleft, lonely, extreme, apart, lonesome, isolated.

Sense 3

peripheral, long-range, within, unknown.

Sense 4

quite.

Sense 6

out, From.

Sense 7

clear.

sparse

wide.

unobtainable

inaccessible.

at a great distance (adjective)

distant, deep, far-flung, faraway, long, outlying, far-off, afar, out-of-the-way, removed, remote.

final (adjective)

last.

last (adjective)

uttermost.

near (adjective)

convenient.

out of reach (adjective)

inaccessible.

remote (adjective)

distant, beyond, removed, remote.

considerably (adverb)

greatly, quite, extremely.

Sense 2 (noun)

extreme, greatly, considerably.

Sense 4 (noun)

apart, lonely, outermost, inaccessible, quite, isolated.

far (noun)

immoderate, furthermost, utmost, farthermost, faraway, distant, farther, uttermost, remote, further, furthest, off the beaten track, long, far-off, farthest, cold, right, outlying, removed, out-of-the-way.

far out (noun)

extreme, way out.

so far (noun)

far-off, far-flung, faraway, inaccessible, out-of-the-way, remote, further, distant, outlying, secluded, removed.

Usage examples for far:

  • " I don't know- not very far, I suppose. - "Janet's Love and Service", Margaret M Robertson.
  • " I can't go quite so far as that," said the other judge. - "Orley Farm", Anthony Trollope.
  • But so far it has all happened on the Mexican side. - "Dave Darrin at Vera Cruz", H. Irving Hancock.

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