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Synonyms for afield

far afield

Synonyms

  • distant places
  • far off
  • far away
  • remote places
  • beyond the horizon
  • far-flung places
  • far-off places
  • outlying places
  • far-removed places

Synonyms for afield

not in the right way or on the proper course

Synonyms for afield

far away from home or one's usual surroundings

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"Such generous support will help the Families Afield program continue to introduce more youth to hunting and soon break the 1 million mark for apprentice hunting license purchases."
'The success of Penderyn is largely due to the continued regular attendance from a loyal base of buyers, attending from as far afield as Machynlleth and Ruthin in Mid and North Wales, Gloucester, Devon and Cornwall.'
This would be affected as I would not be able to travel further afield.
Just under a half of firms with 20 or more employees, 38 per cent of wholesalers and 29 per cent of transport and travel firms are much more likely to focus their efforts further afield.
The closure had caused outrage and deep concern as it means that mums-to-be will have to travel to Cavan or even further afield to Navan, Co Meath or Drogheda, Co Louth.
The Bank of Scotland has invested pounds 350,000 in six new "branches on wheels" to give areas as far afield as Skye, Arran, Lerwick and Perthshire access to banking services.
The work upends the views of some archaeologists who had held that the Chaco Canyon residents first cut down all of the local trees and then ranged farther afield as construction on the great houses proceeded.
Your thoughts about the demise of Sports Afield couldn't have been more accurate had I written them myself.
But Reason Diminished ranges far afield. It addresses the concept of the "marvelous" in Aristotle, Longinus, and Francesco Patrizi; in Reformation tracts, particularly those of More and Tyndale; in travel accounts; in the writings of scientists such as Bacon and Descartes; in English prose fiction by Greene, Spenser, Sidney, Lodge and Nashe; in the genre of the masque; and in Shakespeare's late romances - all in less than 200 pages.
This year Stuttgart is mourning a lost leader, but probably the loss should be calculated even farther afield. Cranko always had a talent to amaze.
You'd think a book with a title such as this would begin with a review of basic principles of natural law and the nature of scientific inquiry, and gradually build to advanced notions, Instead we dive right in with five pages on Newton's Principia, then leap immediately to four pages on gravity waves, a speculative concept from astrophysics that makes for entertaining ruminations, but which is pretty far afield from "what everyone needs to know" about science.
Since the church was re-configured some years ago, it has staged regular concerts featuring musical talent from both the Huddersfield area and from further afield.
New Mexico is the 34th state to approve Families Afield legislation.
It is also calling on larger construction firms in the North East to work closer with smaller companies in the region rather than looking further afield.
But Unity Mine, at Cwmgwrach, in the Neath Valley, said it was looking to recruit as far afield as Poland because there are no longer enough skilled miners living locally.