FAR

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Synonyms for FAR

a long way

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by far or far and away

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far and wide

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far from

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so far: up to a point

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  • up to a point
  • to a certain extent
  • to a limited extent

so far: up to now

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Synonyms for FAR

to a considerable extent

far from others in space, time, or relationship

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a terrorist organization that seeks to overthrow the government dominated by Tutsi and to institute Hutu control again

located at a great distance in time or space or degree

being of a considerable distance or length

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being the animal or vehicle on the right or being on the right side of an animal or vehicle

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beyond a norm in opinion or actions

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But less than a majority think it goes too far, and 10% favor repealing the legislation and not passing a new bill in its place.
He goes too far when he cuddles her bears--but how can she get the lion to go?
A new poll shows that nearly half of Americans surveyed believe the First Amendment goes too far in protecting rights, and increasing numbers believe the government should be able to monitor some religious groups.
Georgia Republican Bob Barr, who sponsored the Defense of Marriage Act, said the amendment goes too far because it violates the principle of states' rights.
Nearly 40 percent of Americans who were polled about First Amendment rights last year said the First Amendment (a) goes too far in protecting rights (b) doesn't protect enough rights (e) should be repealed (d) is too heavily influenced by foreign ideas.
Leonard Shapiro, whose loud denunciations of government waste at council meetings sometimes draw admonishments from Ferraro, also believes the council rule goes too far.