Thesaurus / far cry

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This time she was almost sure of a far cry, and after it the bark of a revolver.

Crooked Trails and StraightWilliam MacLeod Raine

I fancy she will think poor Frances a far cry from her choice for her son, namely: our own Molly.

No, indeed, the head of the firm is a far cry from such indulgences, let me tell you.

Three Little Women's SuccessGabrielle E. Jackson

It was all a far cry from the towering cliffs and colorful cañons of Colorado.

It is a far cry from Gunter to Henry James, though each wrought according to his lights, and served his purpose in his time.

Fifth AvenueArthur Bartlett Maurice

"Schlittli" the Swiss call it, and though it seems a far cry it may be that our word sled has been developed from it.

Old Plymouth TrailsWinthrop Packard

At the end of the seventeenth century it must have seemed a far cry from Versailles to Quebec.

It is a far cry to Ephesus, and whether the Seven still sleep there, who may say?

Everyday AdventuresSamuel Scoville

There are women who read novels, of course; but it is a far cry from reading novels to being a novel-reader.

The Delicious ViceYoung E. Allison

It was a far cry, in its polished steel and stone magnificence, from the tiny primitive structure over which Kennon had presided.

The Lani PeopleJ. F. Bone
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