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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Never one to toe the easy (and popular) line, I'd like to take that statement one step further: These services are not merely an extension of a therapeutic culture gone too far, they are an extension of an entire culture notorious for building castles on quicksand and then, down the line, hauling out the heavy machinery to keep the castles from slipping under.
Congress and the exchanges also have gone too far in defining director "independence.
MICHAEL DODS, who endured a torrid 2001, has the smile back on his face these days and was sending out his fifth winner of the year - just one short of last year's tally - when Gone Too Far made all in the mile-and- three-quarter handicap, writes Will O'Hanlon.
Microsoft is so determined not to miss any more Internet trends that it has gone too far in the other direction, throwing everything at the Web.
When the contributors charged that certain derelictions of the United States Supreme Court had cast doubts upon "the legitimacy of the regime," some respondents claimed that they had gone too far.
And if the mainstream of the nation believes the courts have gone too far, history shows that sooner or later the offending rulings will be modified or overruled.
The question remains, has corporate governance gone too far in American business?
That's 'mum' spelled "I think I've gone too far this time".
GONE TOO FAR, an easy winner over course and distance a week ago, returned to his local track and had little difficulty in defying a penalty at Musselburgh yesterday.
1999 was a vintage year for conservative homilies such as Wendy Shalit's A Return to Modesty and Danielle Crittenden's What Our Mothers Didn't Tell Us, both of which argued that the quest for equality had gone too far and urged women to rediscover traditional values.
Gary Becker, winner of the 1992 Nobel Prize in economics, will discuss whether globalization has gone too far at a forum sponsored by the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business and the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, Tuesday, March 11.
He claimed that many women agree that unwilling sex is not always rape if the victim is drunk, with a boyfriend or has gone too far in leading on a man.
Peter Monteith saddled his first winner for champion jumps owner David Johnson when Gone Too Far pulled well clear of Minster Glory in the Haden Young Ltd Handicap Chase.