far out[ fahr-out ]SEE DEFINITION OF far out
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FAR OUT
The ship was a little too far out for the best holding ground.
I've often seen the mirage, generally about dark, far out on the western plains.
How far out of its selfish track does it move the life into ways of sacrifice?
And, far out, dotted and sprinkled along the horizon, were sails.
If he hadn't made us, we could never have pulled so far out into the track of ships.
Far out in the shine of the lake a fish jumped, splashing sharply.
If we hadn't been so far out of Carlingford, things might have been very different.
I could not think of bringing two people so far out of their way.
When X-Ray called it a hurricane he was not far out of the way.
When he came to himself after his drunken sleep, the vessel was far out at sea.