Antonyms for go far

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Naturally we were prepared to go far in order to make you give them up.

Thus equipped, they could go far, and might count on a good supply of game.

But it is possible to go far beyond this and say not only "another's great work," but his own great work.

From "that boy who will go far" I became "you damn young freshman."

"That boy will go far," I heard one cultured old gentleman say.

Night's coming on, and if I don't sleep here, I shall not go far.

Why did he go far on into North America in search of Quivira?

He did not go far, only from the bed to the window, and even then Gervaise had to support him.

Worn as he was, it was unthinkable that he should go far to-night.

Leave this house, leave this island, go far away where he was unknown.