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more distant

adverb as in farther

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However, those galaxies are also more distant, marking a time in the cosmic history when black hole food was more plentiful.

“The days of the giant record label signings just seem more and more distant now,” says Short.

He saw a possible supporter who was standing nearby instead go to a more distant voting station.

Instead of taking steps to advance peace, the Palestinians are acting unilaterally in ways that only make peace more distant.

The refusal to face these hard questions is not the only reason many younger American Jews are growing more distant from Israel.

Meanwhile the more distant provinces had acknowledged the authority of the cortes, and had sworn to support the constitution.

We devoted two days to making an excursion to the more distant monuments of Delhi.

A half-mile or more distant from them a big, ocean-going tugboat was passing down the bay, without a tow and under full steam.

But the lights grew more distant; he saw them disappearing towards the harbour.

Of a world yet more distant we were taught the gloomiest views.


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On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to more distant, such as: further, beyond, longer, more remote, remoter, and yon.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.