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keyword: Far
A Far Away Look »
(a look in ones eyes when one is not focused on the present moment; the way a person looks when they are thinking of other times or places...)


A Far Cry From Something »
(very different from that thing...)


A Far Off Look »
(an expression that a person has when they are not aware of what is going on around them...)


Carrying It A Bit Too Far »
(still doing that thing after you should stop...)


Far And Away The Best »
(much better than any others...)


Far Into The Night »
(until very late...)


Far Out »
(interesting, unusual, special...)


Few And Far Between »
(rare; difficult to find; there are not many...)


A Hop, Skip, And A Jump »
(not far away from where we are...)


Be A Million Miles Away »
(far away; it feels like one is far away...)


Go Overboard »
(do too much of it; go too far...)


In A Dead Heat »
(tied so far; we are not sure which one will win...)


In The Middle Of Nowhere »
(a place that is far from anything important to you...)


Out Of Earshot »
(they cannot hear us because they are far away...)




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