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afar at, to, or from a distance; far off.
altimeter a device that measures distance above the Earth's surface.
apart away from each other in time or space; at or to a distance; separated. [1/2 definitions]
aqueduct a channel or pipe built to carry water over a long distance. [1/2 definitions]
block an area in a city or town surrounded by four connecting streets. The distance of one of the sides is also called a block. [1/9 definitions]
breadth the distance measured from one side to the other side of something; width. [1/2 definitions]
center the point that is the same distance from all points on the outside line or surface of something; exact middle. [1/7 definitions]
circle a closed curve made up of points that are all the same distance from a fixed center point. [1/5 definitions]
circumference the length of such a line; distance around something. [1/2 definitions]
closely at a short distance from or behind. [1/2 definitions]
commute to ride or drive a long distance to and from work or school. [1/2 definitions]
cover to pass over a certain distance; travel. [1/6 definitions]
depth the distance from top to bottom or from front to back. [1/2 definitions]
discus a disk made of wood with a metal rim, thrown for distance by some track and field athletes. [1/2 definitions]
drop the distance from the top to the bottom of something. [1/9 definitions]
earth (often capitalized) the fifth largest planet in our solar system and the third in distance from the sun. [1/4 definitions]
eyesight the distance the eye can see; view. [1/2 definitions]
far at or to a long distance in space or time. [1/4 definitions]
far and wide over a great distance; everywhere.
farsighted able to see objects well in the distance, but not so well if they are close. [1/2 definitions]
farther to or at a greater distance. "Farther" is a comparative form of the adverb far. [2 definitions]