Thesaurus / far afield
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This came as a great surprise, as we had no idea that gold had been found so far afield.
SPINIFEX AND SANDDAVID W CARNEGIE
Such meditations lead us far afield, very far afield (they even elevate us above art).
But to follow out the line of thought here suggested would take us too far afield.
THE WILL TO DOUBTALFRED H. LLOYD
I felt a sense of pride in the financial courage and physical hardihood of my countrymen who had gone so far afield.
AN AFRICAN ADVENTUREISAAC F. MARCOSSON
In his subsequent pictures Rochegrosse did not go so far afield.
She had lived too late in the century, and had already been too far afield in the world for that.
THE MISSIONARYGEORGE GRIFFITH
This subject is too big and the discussion of it would carry us too far afield, to be undertaken in the present connection.
HEART AND SOULVICTOR MAPES (AKA MAVERIC POST)
No doubt in the performance of their duties they scouted this far afield.
THE PINOS ALTOS STORYDOROTHY WATSON
It would take us far afield to trace the relationship between the English spirit and that of Israel.
The name of poor Falcon had led me so far afield, that I must continue my own chronicle in another chapter.
BORDER AND BASTILLEGEORGE A. LAWRENCE

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