farthest


Also found in: Dictionary, Idioms, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • all
  • adj
  • adv

Synonyms for farthest

Synonyms for farthest

(comparatives of 'far') most remote in space or time or order

to the greatest distance in space or time ('farthest' is used more often than 'furthest' in this physical sense)

Synonyms

to the greatest degree or extent or most advanced stage ('furthest' is used more often than 'farthest' in this abstract sense)

Synonyms

References in periodicals archive ?
Aside from being considered one of the most anciernt cosmic objects in the universe, SPT0615-JD is also the farthest galaxy ever captured in an image with the help of gravitational lensing. 
Norwegian Robert Johansson flew the farthest at 140 meters, but a poor first jump kept him off the podium.
Punta Tarawal, Calabanga, the smallest, farthest and poorest barangay in Camarines Sur, he said.
" Yeah, the farthest I've flown was Japan to Australia the week before this for consecutive weeks, so this is the farthest by far that I've flown.
At which height did the marshmallow fly the farthest?
"Ten years on, it came up in conversation and I was curious to know if there was a record for the farthest distance bounced.
At this stage, it will be around 360,000 km away - compared with 400,000 km at its farthest point.
A wave of prayer sweeping every country from farthest east to farthest west, sunrise to sunset.
Every January, the earth is at perihelion, the closest to the sun for the year, and in July it is at aphelion, the farthest from the sun for the year.
BURSA, Jun 21, 2011 (TUR) -- Turkey's deputy premier said on Monday that Turkish education volunteers carried out successful activities in the farthest places in the world.
When Stafford started his trip in Camana, Peru, he was the farthest south.
The Farthest Shore: A 21st Century Guide to Space edited by Joseph N.
Which European tribe was the farthest south as of 500 A.D.?
Objects that orbit the Sun spend most of their time near the farthest point of their orbits, where they move most slowly.
However, Jenkins looks at the church in the farthest corners of the global village, as well as the place of the American and European church within the village, and exudes great optimism; I do not share his overall positive analysis of Christianity.