Synonyms for mile

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There's one about a quarter of a mile down the stream—Stetson's boat.

He was already a mile distant from the vessel when Captain Haley came on deck.

They saw an American ship riding at anchor a mile or more from shore.

He had started on the return journey, and was only a mile from Yuin when we overtook him.

Windich found a native spring about a mile to the North-East.

The natives also found a fine water-hole about a mile from camp.

The feed is good a mile down from the spring, although it is very old and dry.

Followed up the gully about a mile, and came to a small spring, and camped.

The river is about a mile and a half north of us, and we have not seen it for some miles.

Then drive on; if there had been, I wouldn't have travelled a mile with her.