a far sight


: a lot
The book is a far sight better than the movie.

Examples of a far sight in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web That’s a far sight better than folks who are gambling in speculative and manipulated markets like crypto. Michael Foster, Forbes, 28 Jan. 2023 Fans of McCarthy’s work will agree that this novel’s villain is a far sight more loquacious than No Country for Old Men’s Anton Chigurh. Nicholas Mancusi, Time, 24 Oct. 2022 So the book ends a far sight from where it’s begun, having sloughed off simplistic questions about heredity. Colin Dickey, The New Republic, 21 Mar. 2022 That’s still a far sight from the 86% in the comparable week of 2019, but a major improvement over the 32% last year. Trevor Fraser, orlandosentinel.com, 12 Nov. 2021 The challenge faced by Hawke and company is that for white men to prominently place their names on a tale of slavery on Showtime in 2020 is a far sight riskier than for McBride, a Black man, to have spun his yarn in a novel in 2013. Carvell Wallace, New York Times, 6 Oct. 2020

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“A far sight.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/a%20far%20sight. Accessed 23 May. 2024.

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