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synonyms for faroff

  • distant
  • impassable
  • remote
  • unattainable
  • unavailable
  • unreachable
  • aloof
  • away
  • beyond
  • elusive
  • far
  • far-off
  • faraway
  • impervious
  • impracticable
  • insurmountable
  • not at hand
  • out-of-the-way
  • unachievable
  • unapproachable
  • unfeasible
  • ungettable
  • unobtainable
  • unrealizable
  • unworkable

antonyms for faroff

MOST RELEVANT
  • close
  • friendly
  • near
  • nearby
  • warm
  • accessible
  • approachable
  • reachable
  • clear
  • common
  • familiar
  • known
  • near
  • nearby
  • obvious
  • public
  • exposed
  • revealed
  • apparent
  • distinguished
  • famous
  • understood
    • on-target
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                  How to use faroff in a sentence

                  He was silent, and his eyes wandered away to the faroff woods, perhaps back to those distant memories of his.
                  THE INK-STAIN, COMPLETERENE BAZIN
                  All it needed was the faroff smell of secondhand ham and cabbage.
                  CUE FOR QUIETTHOMAS L. SHERRED
                  When they reached the flight of steps leading downward from the Capitol, there was a faroff noise of singing and laughter.
                  THE MARBLE FAUN, VOLUME I.NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE
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                  OCTOBER 26, 1985
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