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Synonyms for distance

remoteness

distance yourself from something or someone

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  • disown
  • reject
  • separate yourself from
  • wash your hands of
  • dissociate yourself from

go the distance

in the distance

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Synonyms for distance

an extent, measured or unmeasured, of linear space

the fact or condition of being far removed or apart

a wide and open area, as of land, sky, or water

degree of separation, especially in time

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dissociation from one's surroundings or worldly affairs

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a distant region

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size of the gap between two places

indifference by personal withdrawal

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the interval between two times

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a remote point in time

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keep at a distance

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go far ahead of

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According to the hypothesis for the present study, participants who improved most in their hip abduction strength after the KT application should also have shown a concurrent improvement in the other variables tested, namely, the x-factor, ball flight distance and accuracy.
For each projection angle the flight trajectory was calculated and the horizontal flight distance was recorded.
The total flight distance for the aircraft might have been almost the same--if the aircraft had to fly the Runway 5 approach from outside the final approach fix.
Teams are judged on three criteria: flight distance, creativity of the craft, and showmanship.
The Hungarian press also pointed to Hungarian tourists' interest in Turkey's Mediterranean Antalya province which is only at a two-hour flight distance from capital Budapest.
To study the fish's flight distance, a scuba diver slowly approached the fish and dropped a marker at the point where the diver was when the fish was seen to take flight - and a second marker at the point on the reef where the fish was when it fled.
Based on studies performed with raptors, (2) the maximum total flight distance for each session was limited to 1500 ft in the early sessions.
The last word was deliberately written in this manner to stress Nasrallah's fear, which means that it is Israel that is afraid of him instead, as Hezbollah's rockets cannot be stopped given their short flight distance.
South Korea's Defense Ministry believes some of the missiles fired Saturday were the intermediate-range Rodong missiles, their shortened flight distance apparently aimed at testing their accuracy.
The area was based on a radius of about 11/2 miles, which is the known flight distance of the beetle.
Competitors may record more than one flight and continue to improve their aircraft and flight distance throughout the challenge, while the winners will be the individuals, or teams, whose aircraft travel the furthest.
2 percent, leading to an increase in ball flight distance of up to 16 feet.
The space centre hosted its first private venture last month - the takeoff of adventurer Steve Fossett in Virgin Atlantic's experimental plane, which set a flight distance record.
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