other words for far cry
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This time she was almost sure of a far cry, and after it the bark of a revolver.
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.
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.
"Schlittli" the Swiss call it, and though it seems a far cry it may be that our word sled has been developed from it.
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?
There are women who read novels, of course; but it is a far cry from reading novels to being a novel-reader.
It was a far cry, in its polished steel and stone magnificence, from the tiny primitive structure over which Kennon had presided.