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far

298 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[fˈɑː], [fˈɑː], [f_ˈɑː]
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Synonyms for Far:

remote (adjective)

beyond, distant, remote, removed.

Other synonyms and related words:

ALIR, Army for the Liberation of Rwanda, Former Armed Forces, From, Here, Inapproachable, Interahamwe, Roaringly, That, a good way, a long way, abase, abundant, abysm, abyss, adequately, advance, advanced, advanced in years, advantageous, advantageously, afar, afar off, afield, aid, alienated, aloof, aloofly, apart, appreciably, archly, argue, astray, asunder, at a distance, at ease, atavistic, avert, avoid, awaily, away, awfully, beatitude, become successful, besotted, beyond doubt, beyond help, big, bit, blessedness, blisteringly, bone, by a great deal, by a long shot, by a wide margin, by far, cheerfulness, clear, clearly, cleft, coat, cold, colossally, considerable, considerably, contend, contentment, contrasting, contrastive, contribute, convenient, conveniently, cut a swath, das, decidedly, deep, deeply, deepness, definitely, delight, depart, depth, deteriorated, die, die down, different, dilapidated, disperse, dissimilar, dissipate, distal, distantly, distinct, distinguishable, divergent, dodge, doubtless, dried meat strips, easy, ecstasy, elude, end of rainbow, enjoyment, enormously, escape, eschew, evade, evaporate, ever, everywhere, evidently, exceed, exceedingly, exotic, extensive, extensively, extreme, extremely, fade, far afield, far and away, far and wide, far piece, far-flung, far-off, far-removed, farawaily, faraway, farther, farthermost, farthest, fast fleeting, felicity, fiercely, flee, foreign, frightfully, full, fully, fur, further, furthermost, furthest, get ahead, getting cold, gladness, go, go beyond, go places, go to extremes, good, good deal, good many, good ways, great, great deal, great many, greatly, happiness, heavily, help, high and low, hugely, ill-matched, immeasurably, immoderate, immoderately, in the distance, inaccessible, incomparable, incomparably, incompatible, incredibly, indistinct, indistinctly, indubitably, jugful a, last, lattermost, lengthy, liberally, little, loaded, lonesome, long, long time, long-distance, long-range, long-way-off, longevity, lot, lot of, luck, majorly, manifestly, measurably, merriment, middle of nowhere, mightily, mile, miles, much, near the end, not at hand, not close, notably, obscure, obviously, off, off the track, offly, oppose, opposite, out and away, out of sight, out-of-the-way, outlying, outside, overdo, overstep, paralysed, paralytic, partway, pass, past help, pelt, peripheral, piece, plainly, play a part, positively, profoundness, progress, prosperity, quite, quitely, rather, really, rearmost, refuse, remotely, remotest, right, righter, rightly, rise, separate, separated, sequestered, short-range, shun, significantly, skin, so much, somewhat, specially, stone's throw, succeed, sufficient, surpassingly, there, thoroughly, thumping, to date, tons, transcend, ulterior, unalike, unattainable, undoubtedly, unequal, unequivalent, unknown, unlike, unquestionably, unreachable, utmost, uttermost, vanish, vast, vastly, very, very much, wacky, way, way out, ways, welfare, well, welly, wide, widely, widely different, without a doubt.

Rhymes for Far:

  1. fahr, bar, tar, parr, spar, jar, gar, starr, car, tsar, scar, mar, czar, star, par, ar, are, char, r;
  2. bizarre, bazar, afar, ajar, guitar, disbar, renoir, myanmar, bazaar, qatar, dakar, dinar;
  3. superstar;

Quotes for Far:

  1. For to change the norms, the very foci of attention, of a cultural system is a difficult task- far more complex than that of changing an individual's attitudes and interests. James S. Coleman.
  2. And the music, as far as a type of music, it's still pretty viable. Steve Forbert.
  3. Uncontrolled access to data, with no audit trail of activity and no oversight would be going too far This applies to both commercial and government use of data about people. John Poindexter.

Idioms of Far:

  1. be a far cry from;
  2. be far removed from sth;
  3. as far as the eye can/ could see;