Definition of 'faraway'
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America is prepared to fight wars in faraway lands and we should stop blindly following them. The Sun (2014)Ukraine may be a place we know little about but it is no faraway country. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The moon visiting your chart of faraway faces and places gives life an international flavour. The Sun (2009)The moon visits your faraway places chart and love has an international flavour. The Sun (2007)Health and wealth link to a faraway country. The Sun (2012)The moon in your chart of faraway faces and places adds excitement to holiday plans. The Sun (2010)The moon shines on faraway places and love could be crossing continents to find you. The Sun (2013)The moon focuses on faraway faces and places. The Sun (2011)His default mood is a charming longing for faraway places. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The moon in your chart of faraway faces and places shows people you miss are thinking of you. The Sun (2012)My desk is piled high with invitations from car firms to join them on exotic trips to faraway lands. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The moon reaches full power in your faraway faces and places chart and gives your life an international flavour. The Sun (2009)The moon visits your chart of faraway faces and places and you know people you miss are thinking about you. The Sun (2012)She loved me enough to let me go fight a war in a faraway country because my conscience was pulling me there. Christianity Today (2000)Once running wild, he is now a submissive workhorse with a faraway look in his eyes. Times, Sunday Times (2011)His eyes took on a faraway look, as of ice glazing over the dark blue sea. The Broken God (1993)But so long as this was happening in a faraway country, it did not seem so important. Times, Sunday Times (2014)A faraway look comes into his eyes. Times, Sunday Times (2009)A bloke in eyeliner with a faraway look? Times, Sunday Times (2011)The more he talks, the more it becomes clear that there is something dreamy and faraway about him. Times, Sunday Times (2013)So a young man unsure of himself in a faraway land would do well to take his line from the Duke. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The moon moves into the part of your chart that deals with faraway faces and places and there is a surprise success with an international flavour. The Sun (2008)These faraway lands offer each of us the chance to escape our safe, constrained and overcrowded homeland to better define ourselves on our own terms. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'faraway'
British English: faraway ADJECTIVE
A faraway place is a long distance from you or from a particular place.
They have just returned from faraway places with wonderful stories to tell.
Definition of faraway from the Collins English Dictionary
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