The night was far gone, and the city lay still, while Rossi replied to Roma.
One was insensible and the others were too far gone to utter a word.
When he said this I saw he was very 'tight,' as we call it,—far gone in liquor, I mean.
He was already too far gone to be cross-examined on it, and that very night he died.
He was not so far gone in degradation as to make him utterly hopeless for such an attempt.
Urquhart was not so far gone as that; a little bluster remained.
He was too far gone to think of anything but the moment's ease.
The night was far gone when Robert reached the Brandon home.
Ormiston, not being quite so far gone, was the first to open his lips.
The day was so far gone that he would be obliged to lodge by the way.