Thesaurus / far away
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Suddenly from far away, there came a dull explosion which rocked the pavement.
SIGNAL IN THE DARKMILDRED A. WIRT
Such a tugging at my heart to be by poor May, alone, so far away.
LOUISA MAY ALCOTTLOUISA MAY ALCOTT
Once there was a frightful detonation not far away from where the boys huddled aboard the little motorboat.
Only from far away came the murmur of the sluggish waters of the Maros, and from its shores the call of a heron to its mate.
A BRIDE OF THE PLAINSBARONESS EMMUSKA ORCZY
They were said to be always together, for when one of them was seen, the other was sure to be not far away.
Far away out there lay the gray-blue sea—a plain without a speck on it.
You see—he was afraid they would tell him not to go so far away from home again.
THE TALE OF CUFFY BEARARTHUR SCOTT BAILEY
Not far away was the wrecked plane, an incongruous mass of streaks where the fabric had ripped through the gas-paint.
Far away on the further; bank throbbed some huge machine, not stilled as yet.
THE PATRICIANJOHN GALSWORTHY
He was a little too far away to hear distinctly, except occasional words, as their voices were pitched in a low key.
AN OREGON GIRLALFRED ERNEST RICE

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.