Synonyms for far-flung
|Grammar : Adj|
|Spell : fahr-fluhng|
|Phonetic Transcription : ˈfɑrˈflʌŋ|
Top 10 synonyms for far-flung
Définition of far-flungOrigin :
- 1895, from far + past tense of fling.
- adj widespread
- Back to it our far-flung children turn with all their memories aflame.
- Extract from : « Seeing and Hearing » by George W. E. Russell
- Germans fought on all the battlefields of the far-flung World War.
- Extract from : « The Kaiser's Memoirs » by William II, German Emperor
- For here was language he could understand—which was incredible on this far-flung globe.
- Extract from : « The Red Hell of Jupiter » by Paul Ernst
- Civilization has made but few marks on its far-flung plains.
- Extract from : « The Red Year » by Louis Tracy
- We were "off to the wars," to take our places in the far-flung battle line.
- Extract from : « Kitchener's Mob » by James Norman Hall
- So their commerce and empire—if it was an empire—was far-flung at that time.
- Extract from : « Key Out of Time » by Andre Alice Norton
- They give no hint of where he was on the far-flung battle-line.
- Extract from : « Carry On » by Coningsby Dawson
- Followed gifts to friends and companions, and then far-flung benefactions.
- Extract from : « 1492 » by Mary Johnston
- We began to say that in a war so vast, so far-flung, no one man could dominate the scene.
- Extract from : « Foch the Man » by Clara E. Laughlin
- But one day in March the far-flung arrows of the geese went over.
- Extract from : « The River and I » by John G. Neihardt
Antonyms for far-flung
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