Thesaurus / long distance
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I caught another glimpse of him at a long distance and he was gone.
THE RED BATTLE FLYERCAPT. MANFRED FREIHERR VON RICHTHOFEN
David's strength makes the killing of a lion or bear with a rifle, whether at long distance or even near at hand, seem small.
LIVING FOR THE BESTJAMES G. K. MCCLURE
His hands seemed a long distance away, as though it would require an extraordinary effort of the will to lift them.
THE CLAIM JUMPERSSTEWART EDWARD WHITE
It was not far by the road, though such a long distance by the way the young explorers had come.
When he spoke he appeared to be returning rather breathlessly from a long distance.
THE REST HOLLOW MYSTERYREBECCA N. PORTER
Let us suppose that two people are using them to look at an arrow on a weathercock a long distance off.
He could see every house in the village, and he knew people a long distance off.
These heaps can be distinguished at a long distance by the bright green colour of certain plants, which invariably grow on them.
They marched a long distance, and saw many villages and a most fertile land, with much cultivation and many streams of water.
By a rapid movement he checked his arm, twisted it, and seized the dagger, which he threw a long distance off.
THE TRAIL-HUNTERGUSTAVE AIMARD

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