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afar at, to, or from a distance; far off.
bowling a game in which a heavy ball is rolled along a wooden alley toward wooden pins that stand at the far end.
cell phone a telephone that operates using radio signals and therefore requires no wires. A cell phone can be taken with one anywhere but may not function if it is too far away from a radio transmitter to receive signals.
corner a far away or little known place or region. [1/5 definitions]
deep having great space below or behind a certain point; reaching far down or back; not shallow. [1/7 definitions]
distance a place far away. [1/3 definitions]
distant far away in time or space. [1/3 definitions]
east (capital) the Orient; the Near East; the Far East. [1/7 definitions]
extensive reaching or extending very far. [1/2 definitions]
extraordinary very unusual; far beyond the ordinary. [1/2 definitions]
extreme far beyond what is usual or reasonable. [1/5 definitions]
farther to or at a greater distance. "Farther" is a comparative form of the adverb far. [2 definitions]
farthest most far or distant. "Farthest" is a superlative of "far." [1/2 definitions]
flea a tiny insect that does not have wings but can jump far. Fleas feed on the blood of the animals they bite.
further at or to a greater distance or extent; farther. "Further" is a comparative form of the adverb far. [2/4 definitions]
furthest to or at the greatest point or extent. "Furthest" is a superlative form of the adjective far. [2 definitions]
genius an unusual ability to think or create in ways that go far beyond what most people can do. [1/2 definitions]
golf a game played on a large outdoor course with small holes in the ground spaced far apart. Players use a set of special clubs to hit a small white ball into each of the series of holes. There are nine or eighteen holes in a golf course. The object of the game is to get the ball into each hole using as few strokes as possible. [1/2 definitions]
go overboard to do far too much, or with too much energy.
keep one's distance to stay far away or avoid getting involved.
lemming a very small mammal that looks like a mouse with a short tail. Lemmings are rodents that live in the far northern parts of Europe, Asia, and North America. Some kinds of lemmings migrate in groups if their population gets very large. Migrating lemmings may drown in bodies of water.