Thesaurus / far-off

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He pointed to himself; then brought one aiming finger down as if he were coming from that far-off place.

The Hammer of ThorCharles Willard Diffin

Sometimes he had to call in a "fixer" to manufacture evidence, that the far-off ends of justice might not be defeated.

Never-Fail BlakeArthur Stringer

"And I am finding repayment now for what I was happy to do," he said, kissing her hand again in that far-off knightly fashion.

The Hosts of the AirJoseph A. Altsheler

Now this last time when they rested, they could see the far-off shore.

There was a far-off look in his eyes, a look that almost suggested despair.

The Everlasting ArmsJoseph Hocking

There was no sound except the rumble of a far-off government mule team and the lazy buzz of flies.

Far-off on the high-way could be heard the sharp trot of ponies hastening with Christmas goods.

The White PeacockD. H. (David Herbert) Lawrence

No culture, no art seems so noble as this far-off spectacle of a self-governing people.

MalboneThomas Wentworth Higginson

The curtain was lifted in order that the Reader might take a glance at them in the far-off land.

The LifeboatR.M. Ballantyne

It was very still in her room, save for a far-off murmur of waves below the rocks.

The Lion's MouseC. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson

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