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far-gone

adjective as in drained

adverb as in head over heels

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Back at the cabin, everyone is having too much fun, or too far gone, to do much of anything on his behalf.

Your child may be too far gone for you to fix alone, but that doesn't mean you can do nothing.

“My district is not that far gone, not that extreme,” Taj said.

In his debut novel, Adam Wilson has diagnosed a form of modern suburban malaise that has so far gone untreated in literature.

By the time So Far Gone, his third, came out in 2009, he was boasting guest appearances from Lil Wayne.

The truth is, he was so far gone in loving her that he would have been charmed by her ways no matter what they might have been.

Know that he is a man who has thus far gone share and share to the last crumb with his people, and will.

Her cold hand lay upon its mouth, and her head upon its body, for she was too far gone to move if she had willed to do so.

The day was far gone, and they were eager to find the Cheyennes before darkness fell.

The alarm was given, and they were both drawn out, "wet as drowned rats," but not quite so far gone.

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On this page you'll find 159 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to far-gone, such as: drained, reduced, vacant, weakened, bare, and collapsed.

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

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