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Through the woods to the right, by paths nearer yet to the far-flung Federal front, paced ten guardian squadrons.
THE LONG ROLLMARY JOHNSTON
Back to it our far-flung children turn, with all their memories aflame.
FIFTEEN CHAPTERS OF AUTOBIOGRAPHYGEORGE WILLIAM ERSKINE RUSSELL
This far-flung and diversified empire had to be organized in order to be governed, and defended in order to be maintained.
Turnbull looked down and saw that the polished car was literally lit up from underneath by the far-flung fires from below.
THE BALL AND THE CROSSG.K. CHESTERTON
But it was for an old trapper to see the real national significance of the advent of these women into that far-flung country.
PILOTS OF THE REPUBLICARCHER BUTLER HULBERT
Aircraft and well-organized British air routes should be the greatest step in the consolidation of the far-flung Empire.
Bartley was making a third round of the Square when he heard the far-flung hoof-beats of a hansom-cab horse, driven rapidly.
ALEXANDER'S BRIDGE AND THE BARREL ORGANWILLA CATHER AND ALFRED NOYES
In the fields the far-flung banners of the corn take on ripening tints and begin to rustle drily in the breeze.
SOME SUMMER DAYS IN IOWAFREDERICK JOHN LAZELL
With a wave of his hand Stillinger called Toms attention to the far-flung horizon.
We choose one or two at random and see for ourselves the ramifications of Pryce's far-flung booking service.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.