far-off[ fahr-awf, -of ]SEE DEFINITION OF far-off
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FAR-OFF
Wonderful are the accounts he brings of that far-off world, where his spirit wanders.
The idea filled them all with respect for that far-off past.
They usually appeared to him like grey seas that spoke to him of far-off countries.
This abstraction is the far-off heaven on which the eye of the mind is fixed in fond amazement.
That far-off island, the poor lepers, and then lifelong banishment.
The sun went down, and there was a far-off ringing of bells.
The road was quiet, the trees were still, the sea made only a far-off murmur.
As yet Wyndham was still the unknown, shadowy, far-off, and unapproachable.
And now the lower stars were paling in a far-off flush of light.
He paused and gazed with a far-off look at the opposite wall.
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