far cry[ krahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF far cry
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FAR CRY
"They're still a far cry from reality, or even the usual escapism," said the banker.
Yes, it was a far cry from the African jungles to populous Manhattan.
It is a far cry from satisfying an employer to pleasing the public.
This time she was almost sure of a far cry, and after it the bark of a revolver.
It was a far cry from the back of the science tent, Charley supposed.
It is a far cry from Barbados to the Carolina shore, but so is it a far cry from England.
My friends find this island a far cry, except in the height of summer.
It was a far cry, I reflected, from the Kaiser's "Our future lies upon the seas!"
It is a far cry to Ephesus, and whether the Seven still sleep there, who may say?
From the electric-power methods to the Ancient Britons is indeed a far cry!