adverb \ə-ˈfär\

Definition of AFAR

:  from, to, or at a great distance <roamed afar>

Origin of AFAR

Middle English afer, from on fer at a distance and of fer from a distance
First Known Use: 14th century



Definition of AFAR

:  a great distance <saw him from afar>

Examples of AFAR

  1. <the experienced birder was able to identify birds from afar>

First Known Use of AFAR

14th century


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