Synonyms of far
1 a long way • They came from far away.
a long way
deep • They travelled deep into the forest.
a good way
a great distance
2 muchDictionary • He was a far better cook than Amy.
much • My hairstyle has never changed much.
greatly • People would benefit greatly from a pollution-free vehicle.
extremely • Mobile phones are extremely common nowadays.
significantly • The number supporting him had increased significantly.
considerably • Their dinner parties had become considerably less formal.
markedly • The quality of their relationship improved markedly.
1 oppositeDictionary • He wandered to the far end of the room.
opposite • the opposite side of the room
facing • The facing page gives a number of questions for you to answer.
2 remoteDictionary • people in far lands often with off
remote • a remote farm in the hills
distant • the war in that distant land
faraway • They had just returned from faraway places.
outlying • Refugees are making their way into the town from outlying areas.
off the beaten track
, at close quarters
, just round the corner
, within sniffing distance (informal)
IDIOMS:▷ by far or far and away
PHRASES:▷ far from
▷ so far
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considerablyConsiderable means great in amount or degree. (adverb)
• Their dinner parties had become considerably less formal.
• They travelled deep into the forest.
distantDistant means very far away.
• the war in that distant land
Thesaurus for far from the Collins English Thesaurus
at, to, or from a great distance