distant

[ dis-tuhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF distant

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISTANT

The ball of red fire in the west was half below the rim of the distant peak.

It is not your privilege as a nation to speak of a distant past.

At Nicolosi their rest was disturbed by the distant booming of the mountain.

Nor will I, but by distant civilities, return the compliments of any of my acquaintances.

The distant sound of a church-clock is borne faintly on the wind.

He saw them laughing, flushed, silhouetted against the green, distant trees.

The distant, the unattainable, is all I think or care about!

So, even here, on this quiet street in this distant city, there was to be no peace.

From the work-room came the distant hum of a sewing-machine and the sound of voices.

Do not disturb the prestige which belongs to a distant and unfamiliar power.

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