from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Very distant; remote.
- adj. Abstracted; dreamy: a faraway look.
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- adj. distant
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. far removed mentally
- adj. very far away in space or time
He was staring at a spot on my rug, his expression faraway.
We shot massive action sequences in faraway places.
After all, it rarely addresses the full costs of those conflicts to U.S. troops (including their redeployment to war zones, even when already traumatized), let alone to foreign non-combatants in faraway Muslim lands.
Nowadays, however, so-called "progressive" organizations like Democracy for America seem to care little about the fate of people of color in faraway lands.
Oh, I am quite happy to report that Emma the Beltane Bunneh, late of Spooky's Etsy Dreaming Squid Dollworks, now has a new home in faraway Lancaster, England.
This came from Christa (faustfatale) in faraway LA.
During the whooping cough siege our hearts were touched by acts of grace: out-of-town grandparents mailed small gifts and added Daniel to their prayer chain; a neighbor stopped over on her way back from Farmers Market and delivered a bag of tangerines and some library books; a friend loaned us a steam vaporizer; Daniel's godmother, who operates a homeopathic institute in faraway Mallorca, Spain, called and suggested some remedies.
While we don ` t agree â as the RIAA claims â that we are more virulent than an organization that intimidates everyone from the elderly to college students to the severely disabled into either paying settlement money or facing the crushing expenses of defending against unwarranted prosecution in faraway jurisdictions, the RIAA is correct that the FSF does have a position on copyright.
Good morning - aside from personal email from children in faraway places and friends, your photos and words are the best part of my time spent at the computer.
Why is it okay to pay for WARS in faraway lands for oil corporations and not okay to offer a program that offers a basic commodity like health care to all Americans??? victim of republican greed
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