Antonyms for far flung

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She was at the center of a far flung concavity of crest and range.

So far flung was their fame as money-lenders that usury was called “Fuggerei”!

In fact, it might well change the entire course of the war in the far flung Pacific.

The Texan, instead of trying to catch some view of the far flung battle lines, was out to increase his score.

Near the end of the third day Captain Robb contacted his far flung crew members over helmet intercom.

About it, in far flung streamers of cold fire shone the mighty zodiacal light, an Aurora on a titanic scale.

He began to suspect that it was not really a member of any group, but was a far flung outpost visited but rarely.

Far flung along the pleasant valley lay a vast picture possible in no other land or day.

This trend toward country living, now so far flung as to be a characteristic of American life, is not just a fad.

It was far flung over broken ground and strewn with wrecks of war.