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far-off


far–off

adjective

Definition of FAR-OFF

not close in time or space <many a young person has joined the military with the hope of traveling to far-off places> <the impossibility of predicting what life will be like in the far-off future>
Near Antonyms adjacent, adjoining, contiguous
Antonyms close, near, nearby, nigh

February 28, 2015
pontificate Hear it
To speak pompously or dogmatically
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