farther[ fahr-th er ]SEE DEFINITION OF farther
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FARTHER
Farther on, too, there was a girl so thin and pale that she must surely be a consumptive.
Farther on you read the line: "May Her protection extend to the glass trade."
Farther, in almost all rocks there is a third division of substance, 2.
Farther to the south the Serbians were not so decidedly successful.
Farther, beneath that oak they had exchanged their first kiss.
Farther on were hints of the meadow and a black cliff of pines.
Farther back at the right is a door leading to Cecilia's room.
Farther to the left the French and Russians were also succeeding in their efforts.
Farther on there was a bar of gold heavier than three men could carry.
Farther than this it may be dangerous to go in a field so full of uncertainty.