faraway

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Etymology[edit]

Univerbation of far +‎ away.

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Adjective[edit]

faraway (not comparable)

  1. Distant.
    She lived in a faraway village in a faraway land.
  2. Not mentally present, as when daydreaming.
    There was a faraway look on his face.

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Noun[edit]

faraway (plural faraways)

  1. One who lives a great distance away.
    • 2004, Richard Benke, The Ghost Ocean (page 182)
      The Neighbors, the enviros, the real and the want-to-be cowpokes, the locals and the faraways, the rich and the wishful, the purported miners all said they wanted to buy out Braden.

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