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  • He himself became far more than just the king at the centre.
  • It took place in the events area in the far north east of the park.
  • He had one more place on his list, and that was far up-town. Cited from The Debtor, by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
  • It takes place in the events area in the far north east of the park.
  • North American was the largest producer of aircraft in the war by far.
  • As far as possible, things were left in the original state.
  • It is situated in the far south-west corner of the state.
  • So far every chancellor has been a member of one of these parties.
  • This might have led him to think that he was much farther east than he was.
  • The coming of the railroad led to development farther west from the coast.
  • Also the floor goes from light to dark as it gets farther away.
  • This also allowed for far more interesting views from each house.
  • The match became the first, and so far only, world championship match to be abandoned without result.
  • This transaction did not include the far north-western part of the area.
  • However, this game was far more like soccer than modern American football.
  • The farther away an object is, the more blue it often appears to the eye.
  • He even went so far to set up statues to honor and respect these people.
  • He became too involved and ended up with far more raw material than needed for an article.
  • It dates back at least as far as recorded history.
  • It was by far the longest railway ever constructed at the time.
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Meaning of far

  • adjective Located at a great distance in time or space or degree
    we come from a far country, far corners of the earth, the far future, a far journey, the far side of the road, far from the truth, far in the future
  • adverb To a considerable degree; very much
    a far far better thing that I do, felt far worse than yesterday, eyes far too close together
  • adverb At or to or from a great distance in space
    he traveled far, strayed far from home, sat far away from each other
  • adverb At or to a certain point or degree
    I can only go so far before I have to give up, how far can we get with this kind of argument?
  • adverb Remote in time
    if we could see far into the future, all that happened far in the past
  • adverb To an advanced stage or point
    a young man who will go very far